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Moonen Displays 2 Yachts at PBIBS with a Third on the Way

Moonen Shipyards displays an 86-footer, a 138-footer and has a new 120-footer in the works.

March 24, 2017
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Moonen Shipyards, Sofia
Moonen’s Sofia was launched in 2012. Courtesy Moonen

Moonen Shipyards has the 138-foot Sofia and the 86-foot 84 Etoile d’Azur on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, plus you can get an exclusive preview of the 120-foot 350 GT Martinique, the latest yacht in builder’s Carribbean series.

Sofia was launched in 2012 and is designed by Rene Van Der Velden and naval architects Stolk Marimecs, with her interior by Art Line. The tri-deck’s standout features include a sundeck with a Jacuzzi tub and bar, a full-beam main-deck master stateroom and a swim platform with enough space to accommodate a personal submarine.

Quick specs: Sofia accommodates 12 guests and seven crew and has a range of 5,000 nm at 9 knots.

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Etoile d’Azur is a 2007 launch that was refit in 2016. The Moonen 84 from the Classic series is designed by Rene Van Der Velden and naval architects Stolk Marimecs, with her interior by Art Line.

Quick specs: Etoile d’Azur accommodates eight guests and has a range of 3,500 nm at 9 knots.

Learn more about the 350 GT Martinique: The 120-footer is scheduled to launch early in 2018. Find out more about her (or buy her) by stopping by the Moonen Shipyards display at PBIBS or head to the Moonen website.

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