The yacht will receive a full respray, modifications to the stabilisers, shaft lines and galley, and a number of “general interior works” as part of her 15-year survey.
The superyacht will receive a full respray as well as a number of general interior works
Triple Seven came under new ownership in August 2020 and is now managed by Moran Yacht & Ship, who will work closely with the yard on the refit.
Custom built in 2006 with the build number 777, Triple Seven was designed inside out by Newcruise. The yacht’s last refit came in 2014 and it has a number of standout features, including a sky lounge cinema and nightclub which has its own DJ station, lasers and smoke machines.
The yacht was sold in August 2020
The 1,393GT interior of Triple Seven provides accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins comprising three doubles and two twins, while a crew accommodation is for 18.
Triple Seven is powered by twin 2,360hp MTU engines for a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles.
Construction has begun and will last six months
Speaking about the refit, Michael Coens, refit sales manager at Damen Yachting, said: “We are honoured to be trusted with refit and are delighted to be able to welcome her into the Amels family.”
Coens added: “We look forward to working together with the team at Moran Yacht & Ship throughout the refit and giving the yacht a new lease of life.”
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