Dutch superyacht builder Moonen Yachts has introduced a new design, the 33.87-metre Moonen 110. The yacht was developed in collaboration with exterior designer René van der Velden, and naval architects Diana Yacht Design.

The Moonen 110 takes into consideration the success of the Moonen 84 and 97 builds, both of which continued to be sold between 2000 and 2011. Moonen have set out to build on this success by delivering a yacht that meets the needs and requirements of those who both enjoy the superyacht lifestyle, whilst maintaining the style and quality of superyacht that the Moonen Yachts brand has become well known for.

Spread over three decks; lower deck, main deck and a combined bridge and sun deck, it has a contemporary design whilst reflecting the elegant and timeless lines of its predecessors. Notable features will include: a full beam master stateroom, floor to ceiling windows in the dining area, ample outdoor living, and an optional jacuzzi. The yacht features a master stateroom, two twin guest cabins and a spacious VIP stateroom. All staterooms and cabins feature en-suite bathrooms.

The Moonen 110 will measure approximately 33 metres and will have a shallow draft, making it ideal for destinations including the Bahamas, Caribbean and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Vessel particulars

  • Model: Moonen 110
  • Length overall: 33.87 m / 111’12” ft
  • Beam max.: 7.50 m / 24’6″ ft
  • Gross Tonnage: 256
  • Hull: steel
  • Superstructure: aluminium
  • Engines: 2 x CAT C18 Acert
  • Cruising speed: 10 knots
  • Max. speed: 13 knots
  • Range: 3300 nm @9 knots
  • Guests: 8+2 guests in 4 cabins
  • Crew: 5 crew in 3 cabins