The first 34-metre Moonen 110 has completed a week of sea trials including a successful endurance test off the Dutch coast on the North Sea. Moonen Yachts is completing the long-range steel yacht at its shipyard in the Netherlands. The Moonen 110 is available for delivery on May 31.

Moonen Yachts Project Manager John Bechtold was very satisfied with the yacht’s performance at sea: ‘It’s always exciting to take a brand new design out for the first time. She performed very well at sea, very stable and comfortable. We really noticed how low the noise and vibrations levels are. She’s a beautiful boat.’

The Moonen 110 recaptures the quality and ocean-going performance of past generations of Moonen yachts, with more space, future-proof technology and more economical operation as low as 60 litres per hour.

‘The Moonen 110 is a timeless beauty that exemplifies Dutch design excellence,’ says Commercial Director Victor Caminada. ‘For example the owner stateroom is exceptional thanks to both the sweeping 180-degree panoramic views as well as the high comfort levels. When the yacht is at anchor with the generator running, the owner stateroom will have a noise level of just 43dB(A).’

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EUR 17 million

The Moonen 110 is for sale at EUR 17 million excluding VAT. Its particulars are:

  • Length overall 34m (112ft)
  • Beam overall 7.5m (25ft)
  • Draft max. 2m (6ft, 6in)
  • Gross Tonnage 267
  • Steel hull, aluminium superstructure
  • 10 guests, 5 crew
  • Range 3500 miles @ 9 knots (transatlantic)

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