Camper & Nicholsons Delivers 30m Bijoux
Published: Friday, 08 July 2016
Camper & Nicholsons announced the first 30m (100ft) Moonen Matica model has been delivered to her Owner.
(Photos: Camper & Nicholsons - Bijoux)
In 2014 Simon Goldsworthy of Camper & Nicholsons acted as the broker for the build of the first Moonen Matica model, christened Bijoux. Commissioned by her Owners, who have had a significant influence on her design and layout, she has now undergone extensive sea trials and has been handed over to her delighted Owners.
Built by the renowned Dutch shipyard Moonen, the motor yacht Bijoux is the first yacht in its new semi-custom Caribbean series. Based on the success of its classic range, this new series comes with a modern twist. Featuring a René van der Velden design, an interior by Adam Lay and naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design, Bijoux is easily capable of a circumnavigation.
She sleeps up to 10 guests in four luxurious staterooms, including a wide VIP stateroom on the main deck, a full beam master suite and two further guest suites on the lower deck, both with Pullman berths.