The high-quality yacht builder Moonen from the Netherlands presents the new Caribbean range with a mix of classic and modern yacht design from 85 to 126 feet.

Each design has a number of different characteristics. The modern but non-aggressive profile – you can instantly see that the Caribbean designs blend seamlessly into Moonen’s superyacht fleet – is sure to appeal to a broad public.

“The Caribbean series will have a real Moonen feel and retain the key elements that have made our classic range of superyachts such a success,” comments Emile Bilterijst. “Over the past thirteen years we have launched fifteen Moonen 84s, Moonen 94s, Moonen 97s and Moonen 99s. All have benefitted from a superior seakeeping performance, low fuel consumption, very low noise and vibration values, exquisite finishing, low operational costs and a high resale value. The Caribbean series will of course reflect Moonen’s rich experience in design and engineering, all within a fresh and dynamic new profile.”

Moonen Caribbean 85

“MARIANA” (85 Feet)

Moonen Caribbean 100

“MONTSERRAT” (100 Feet)

Moonen Caribbean 105

“MATICA” (105 Feet)

Moonen Caribbean 112

“MUSTIQUE” (112 Feet)

Moonen Caribbean 120

“MARTINIQUE” (120 Feet)

Moonen Caribbean 126

“MARQUIS” (126 Feet)

Moonen quality control

As you would expect from the yard that recently launched the fully custom 42-metre Sofia (which has just received a Judges Commendation at the World Superyacht Awards) Moonen is offering many options for customising and adapting the interior and facilities of a Caribbean yacht. There are six models available: the 85’ Mariana, the 100’ Montserrat, the 105’ Matica, the 112’ Mustique, the 120 ‘Martinique and the 126’ Marquis. They are named after islands in the Caribbean, reflecting the fact that yachts in the series will primarily be used in warm climates.

Moonen after sales

All will benefit from Moonen’s stringent quality control as well as Moonen’s superior warranty terms and after-sales service. Offered at an unbeatable price-quality ratio, the Moonen Caribbean series may well be the future of luxury yachting. 

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