Huisfit – the brand of Royal Huisman‘s refit devision announced repeat clients for 2015.

Hyperion

Hyperion enjoyed the summer in Scandinavian waters. She returned to the yard for final works: She will get a new teak deck, new hull paint, upgrade of shaft and propeller, new main switchboard, new generators and an upgrade of her navigation and communication systems with new PLC hardware and alarm and monitoring software.

Hyperion was built in 1998 by Royal Huisman

Pictures by Daniel Rawlins

Athena

Huisfit team on travel: When the yacht’s calendar is full the Huisfit team comes to the yacht. The team traveled to Palma and worked on some refreshing works on the interior, rigg inspecting and update of the electrical system.

Athena was built by Royal Huisman in 2004

Pictures by Max Cumming and the crew of Athena

Adéle

The 55m ketch booked a slot at the yard for next winter. She was built in 2006 by Vitters.

Pictures by the crew of Adéle

Skat

No, this 71m motor yacht isn’t a conversion of a military ship. This is the original design by Espen Oeino. She was built in 2002 by Lürssen. Owner and captain were excited of the refit in 2012 that they decided again for Huisfit. Skat will get new teak deck, overhaul of her sewage plant, service of the transom doors, passarelle, side-boarding platforms and cranes. The hull and superstructre will be repainted.

Antares

The 40m ketch will undergo a 10-year Lloyds survey, genset rebuilding, new teak deck, servicing her thrusters, surveying the rig, and repainting her hull, superstructure and spars.

She was built by Royal Huisman in 2005. Designed by Bill Dixon

Photos by Waterline Media and Tom Nitsch