Moonen Yachts in the Netherlands is preparing for the launch of motor yacht Kokoro; the second unit in its Martinique line.
YN199, as the project is also known, was sold this summer to a client in the Middle East and will hit the water next month.
Started on speculation by the yard and designed by René van der Velden, Studio Indigo and Diana Yacht Design, Kokoro was made for ambitious ocean crossings and self-sufficient world cruising in a small package with an efficient hull design. She comes with a range of 4,000 nm at a cruising speed of 10 knots while a top speed of 16.5 knots can be reached at full power.
“I have always wanted a Moonen, but it was unclear when,” commented the yacht’s owner in a previous statement. “It’s, in fact, a smaller size yacht, but can easily compare with the largest superyachts in the world quality and style-wise.”
Kokoro features a spacious main deck with a large saloon, adjacent formal dining area, a well-equipped galley and spacious master suite. Outside, the aft deck offers areas for relaxation and access to the swimming platform.
To the aft of the bridge deck, guests can make use of the winter garden where a second lounge area can be transformed into an indoor/outdoor entertaining area. Overlooking this space is the sun deck, which includes space for seating, a bar, grill and sound system. Four additional staterooms - all with private bathrooms - can be found on the lower deck.