MCM were present at the launch of the 32,6-metre sailing yacht Inukshuk, whose owner has benefited from MCM, acting as his representative, keeping all involved motivated, with a watchful eye on costs as well as quality. Designed by German Frers, superyacht Inukshuk is an all-new carbon composite sloop, built by Baltic Yachts in Finland. MCM were also recently present at the re-launch of the newly refitted 27,5m charter yacht Wavelength (ex BooToo).
“The owner set the bar for the project very high and the extraordinary interior design from Adam Lay Studios presented many challenges to implement. This is not the largest yacht that Baltic has built but in detail and quality of build it is their best so far” – Nigel Ingram, MCM.
An automatically-deployed bimini and mega sound system are examples of comfortable living being a theme in the cockpit.
Luxury yacht Inukshuk is named after a stone landmark used by the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic. She will be at Monaco Yacht Show.
MCM, celebrating 25 years since its own launch in 1988, will be exhibiting in the Parvis Piscine at Monaco Yacht Show again this September, where founding partners Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson will be on hand along with Michael Tywhitt-Drake, Mark Dauplaise and Erika Moore from the Yacht Management Division.
MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 25 years.