Moonen sells the 36m Project Martinique yacht


Dutch built superyacht

Dutch yard Moonen Yachts has sold the 36m Project Martinique yacht.

The vessel is scheduled for launch later this month and features exterior styling by Rene Van Der Velden and naval architecture bt Diana Yacht Design.


She has been bought by new clients for the Dutch yard and is now being customized to their personal choices.

The Martinique is the yard's first superyacht to feature a high-tensile steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She is the second yacht in Moonen's Caribbean line following on from the successful Moonen M/Y Bijoux. The new Moonen Martinique will make her public debut at this autumn’s Cannes and Monaco yacht shows.


Interior is by Nauta Design and has an interior volume of 349 GT. Accommodation on board is for ten people in five staterooms and a staff of six people.


Power is provided by two Caterpillar C32 diesel engines, each delivering 1,925 hp for a top speed of 14.5 knots. Cruising at ten knots, the yacht has a maximum range of 3,900 nautical miles.