Bijoux II is a 98’ steel displacement motor yacht that was built in 2016 by Moonen, the veteran Dutch shipyard. She was built in Groot-Ammers; the location the yard began to operate in 2008. Moonen yachts are beautiful, but Bijoux II is exceptionally beautiful. It is the first Moonen to belong to the semi-custom Caribbean series. She was designed by the Adam Lay Studio, the British boutique interior design company that states that their business is “Hand Crafted Superyacht Design”. Bijoux II can accommodate 10 guests in four cabins including a master suite, a VIP stateroom and 2 twin cabins. The master suite has a full beamexpansive layout. The VIP stateroom has an ensuite head and offers panoramic views of the main deck. Each of the twin cabins has a full size Pullman bed and hence can be accommodate up to three guests. Bijoux II can also accommodate a crew of up to 5.
With respect to performance, the yacht is equipped with twin Caterpillar diesel engines that can propel her at a maximum speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots. At a speed of 9 knots, Bijoux has a range of 3,300 nautical miles. The yacht has a large transom which opens up into a substantial swim platform.
Williams Turbojet 445, 2 Red Ride SUP paddleboards, Waterskis & monoski, 2 Wakeboards, 10 Snorkel & mask sets, 10 Fins / flippers.