Moonen’s biggest ever...

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The contract has been signed for YN194 'Sofia III', a 133ft long-range trideck.

JUNE 2010

The René van der Velden styling of this one is perhaps best described as elegant explorer.
She’s for a repeat client that has already owned a Moonen 84 and a 97. When launched in 2012 she may well be the smallest superyacht to carry a two-man submarine capable of submerging to 100m (330ft).
The engineering work for YN194 has already begun at Stolk Marimecs.

Basic Spec – Moonen 133 Sofia III...
LOA: 40.50m (132ft 10in)
LWL: 36.85m (120ft 10in)
Max Beam: 8.60m (28ft 3in)
Draught @ CWL: 2.40m (7ft 10in)
Displacement (Full Load): 360 tonnes (790,000lbs)
Engines: 2 x 746kW (1,000hp) C32 DIT-TA Acert MkIII Caterpillar diesels
Max Speed: 14.5 knots
Cruise Speed: 12 knots
Range @ 9 knots: 5,000nm
Fuel: 43,000L (11,360 US gals)
Water: 10,000L (2,650 US gals)
Type: Twin Screw, Round Bilge, Displacement
Naval Architecture: Stolk Marimecs
Exterior Styling: René van der Velden
Interior Design: Art-Line Interiors
Construction: Steel/Aluminium
Classification: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping
Builder: Moonen Shipyards
Launch: 2012

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