Northlander

    Moonen's 124-foot Northlander, launched in the fall of 2009, evolved out of an earlier 120-foot model after an owner wanted to stretch his yacht. The displacement yacht was designed for private ownership, but also for charter, with a large sundeck and Jacuzzi forward, large bridge deck salon connected to the outer deck, and many other social areas. Interior designer Art-Line made the utmost use of the interior volume, while incorporating an elegant, warm feel with rich woods and light fabrics. The yacht's centerpiece is a staircase with atrium that passes through all four decks. Very classy touch on the new Moonen.

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    Photo by Emilio Bianchi
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    Photo by Jeff Brown
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