Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman has presented at the MYS 2017 a new ‘retro-classic’ motor yacht project, Marlin.
Designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering in collaboration with Stirling & Co, which was responsible for the interior styling, this elegant yacht has a length overall of 49.25m, a maximum beam of 9.21m and a draught of 1.93m.
Thanks to an internal volume of 499GT, Project Marlin can accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins: a VIP stateroom and a full-beam owner’s suite with private study and his-and-hers bathrooms situated on the main deck, and a twin and two double guest cabins on the lower deck.
Located in the bow, the crew quarters include five cabins with en-suite heads, a captain’s stateroom, a well-equipped galley, a mess and a laundry.
Among the amenities of Project Marlin are: a plunge pool surrounded by sunpads, an alfresco dining area, a skylounge and a forward seating area on the upper deck; an aft deck lounge, a large saloon and a dining area on the main deck; a fold-down beach platform; and a garage capable of housing two 21ft Castoldi Jet Tenders on the lower deck.
Powered by two Cat C32 850hp diesel engines, this all-aluminium vessel has a maximum speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 4,350nm.
Project Marlin is offered for sale by Fraser Yachts.