Sailing Yacht Inmocean has recently arrived in Whangarei, New Zealand for an extensive refit in one of the countries leading shipyards - Oceania Marine Ltd.
Inmocean, a 41m Dubois designed yacht that was built by Fitzroy Yachts in 2008, will be in the yard for approximately 3 months for a fairly extensive refit and maintenance period, including a full superstructure repaint, some minor repairs on the hull paint and re-antifouling.
She will also undergo quite an extensive list of maintenance and repair works on most areas, which will include all the usual work a five year old well travelled yacht would require. The interior is also having a refresh with changes to some upholstery, wall coverings and other interior features.
All these works will be carried out by Oceania Marine, supported by their network of sub-contractors such as Specialised Marine Interiors (SMI), who are located nearby. The yacht will receive an overall freshen up over the coming months and be ready to continue her world cruising in the new year.
Jim Loynes of Oceania Marine stated, "As a NZ built yacht it is nice to see "Inmocean" back in NZ for these works and we are especially glad to welcome her to the yard as this is a good project to kick off the upcoming season and represents an earlier than usual start to the superyacht season for us, we see this as some reward for all the hard work everyone has put in over recent years and hopefully heralds a successful summer for Oceania Marine".
For more information, visit oceaniamarine.co.nz.