Next step

Dutch superyacht builder, Moonen Yachts has commenced construction on its latest design project.

04 February 2021


Defined by its sleek, low profile design, the Moonen 110 is the latest concept offered by Dutch superyacht builder, Moonen Yachts, to be built at their shipyard in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.

With an interior design by Studio Indigo, a long-time collaborator with the Dutch brand, exterior by René van der Velden and Naval Architecture, the Moonen 110 presents the same premium Dutch quality that the marque is renowned for.

The model offering panoramic views, a dining area with floor to ceiling windows, a full beam Master stateroom as well as a full beam VIP stateroom.

As demand calls for superyachts of a certain size, Moonen 110 will measure approximately 33 metres and will have a shallow draft, making her ideal for destinations including the Bahamas, Caribbean and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

The engineering of the first Moonen 110, the YN202, has already commenced with the construction set to commence in June and a planned delivery date for 2023.

The YN202 is currently available for sale.


Based in The Netherlands, Moonen has been building luxury yachts for over half a century.

Facilities include an in-house design and engineering office, mechanical and interior outfitting departments, carpentry shop, metalworking shop, paint shop and acclimatised outfitting sheds also suitable for complete paint jobs.

In August 2019, Australian couple Matthew and Louise Baxter took on ownership of Moonen Yachts.


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