The first 37m (120’) superyacht Martinique is one of the first vessels from Moonen’s Caribbean series, currently under construction. With fantastic interior design by Nauta Yachts, the partly-completed project is presently for sale, providing its future Owner with a unique possibility to start cruising on this beauty in Spring 2017.
Martino Majno, project manager at Nauta Yachts, commented: “Our briefing was to create a contemporary and practical interior design which would be attractive to a broad public. The first impression people will have when stepping aboard the Martinique will be her refined simplicity, clean lines and use of natural light. This is a yacht that is ideal for families, with no sharp corners or edges. We were asked to generate a relaxing atmosphere with a solid base and everyone agrees that this has been achieved.”
Martino and his team have also worked on the evolution of the layout. “We helped refine the general arrangement together with the structural engineers, the experts at Moonen and the exterior designer Rene van der Velden. This assured that the interior design matches the external aesthetic for instance, in placing the windows in the master suite which offer splendid views from within and charm to the exterior profile. We love the exterior design of the Martinique and its ingenious use of light.”
Luxury yacht Martinique reflects the latest thinking in comfort and style, with the master suite positioned on the main deck, offering fantastic views. Other highlights include a generous ‘country kitchen’ galley, a huge saloon and outside space on the wheelhouse deck, an expansive swimming platform and an engine room designed for easy maintenance.
The interiors of the first Martinique by Moonen boasts clean geometry and pure lines. Moreover, Nauta Yachts has carried out a great deal of research into finding the right materials. “We have combined a desire for a rich, high-quality yacht built by one of the most well-known yards with materials that are resistant. The choice fell on teak, a 70/30 division of matte and gloss finishes, white linens and clear fabrics: together they generate a very calm atmosphere.”
The hull of the first Martinique is almost complete and much of the superstructure work has started, so new owners could be enjoying this striking vessel in the spring of 2017.
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