The new yacht has a low noise level and fuel consumption.
Based in the Netherlands, Moonen Shipyards has launched the first of its 34-meter Moonen 110, also known as the YN202. The launch comes one year after the steel hull and aluminum superstructure joined.
The yard describes the Moonen 110 as a "gentleman's yacht" with designs influenced by the Moonen 84 and 97. Moonen teamed up with Rene van der Velden and Diana Yacht Design, who previously worked on the Martinique series, to develop the exterior profile and naval architecture.
Studio Indigo developed the concept for the yacht's interior in London. Its distinctive feature is "clean, flowing lines accentuated by curved organic shapes that create a relaxing and soothing interior. The project's authors also point out the wide spiral staircase made of natural wood, which is the centerpiece of the yacht's design.
The Moonen 110 saloon, which has a total volume of 256 GT, can accommodate 10 guests. The yacht also features numerous outdoor seating areas, panoramic windows in the main saloon and space optimized for entertaining.
The new yacht has a low noise level and fuel consumption of 92 liters per hour at a cruising speed of 10 knots. A 7.5-meter tender is stored on board the yacht.