Sofia yacht by Moonen is overhauled with 3-person submarine to add a twist to your ocean saga


Dutch yard Moonen’s affair with submarines is an old one, so to speak. Now, they’re overhauling the largest yacht to be built, Sofia, to accommodate a large submarine for 3 persons. She will be the first luxury motor yacht of 42m size to carry a three-person submarine. The massive yacht designed with a triple deck, long-range, and semi-explorer-like charm hides the U-boatworx submarine in its bosom, capable of reaching depths of 100m. The yacht has a bright and open interior that features an atrium with a custom piece of Concetto art. The layout can accommodate up to ten guests in a full-beam master cabin on the main deck; two queen-sized cabins and two double or twin guest cabins on the lower deck also have crew quarters for seven members.

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The interiors of the Sofia yacht are styled in a contemporary vein with natural materials such as oak, zebrano wood feature along with fabric panels as well as rattan. The main deck houses the yacht’s professional galley, while the bridge deck accommodates an open-air deck lounge and gym aft of the bridge. The yacht’s state-of-the-art entertainment system features a full Kaleidoscope video server with Samsung Smart LED televisions, multi-room control through iPad as well as LED lighting all throughout.
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