Jongert is thrilled to announce that they have recently completed one of their largest refit projects – the 1986-launched Jongert 32DS sailing yacht TAMER II. The iconic 36-metre superyacht TAMER II is currently on her way back to the Mediterranean.
Jongert began the 18-month refit of TAMER II yacht in December 2013. One of the largest jobs was the renewal of all technical spaces. These have been emptied, sandblasted, spot-repaired, isolated, painted and equipped with the all-new installations. In the engine room for example, except for the overhauled main engine, all installations are new.
In terms of technology, TAMER II superyacht is brand new, however, the owner’s specific instruction was to keep the looks of the vessel entirely original. New entertainment systems are thus cleverly hidden within the original cabinets and all the original tiles, fabrics, carpets, light-fixtures, etc. are either reused or renewed.
The project’s manager, Hidde de Bruijn, comments: “I am very proud of our team, our own staff, and our partnering subcontractors who all have shown major efforts. It was a challenging project and we have asked a lot of our team. But all those efforts were well worth it when you see the end result, it’s a superb team effort.”
Originally launched by Jongert in September 1986, the 36-metre luxury yacht TAMER II has been beautifully designed by Peter Sijm. She provides elegant accommodation in 4 lovely cabins, including an owner’s cabin and three guest cabins, plus accommodation for a crew of 6 members. Moreover, there is a generous salon with comfortable seating, dining and bar.
A video from the re-launch and sea trials of TAMER II superyacht can be found here below:
Further charter yachts built by Jongert.