The major refit of the 48 meter super yacht Princess Too is well underway at Icon Yachts premises. At this moment, the teak decking is being repaired and re-caulked.
In this process the original black caulking was replaced by a modern grey colored caulking which complements the new exterior color scheme.
Captain of the yacht, Greame Riddle said: “The work is progressing very good and is very well managed by the appointed ICON Yachts project manager Leon de Haas”.
The complete repaint of the hull will be carried out in Awl Grip dark grey with a fresh boot top line combination and a classic Matterhorn white superstructure. The underwater part of the ship has been completely stripped by sandblasting to bare metal and re-primed for accepting the new system once all hull hot work is completed.
Further improvements include the installation of a black water holding tank, system upgrades and scheduled maintenance work including the removal and complete overhaul of the Quantum zero speed stabilizers.
According to the Project Manager Leon Haas “the co-cooperation with the captain and crew works very well, which aids us to perform our job both efficiently and at the best quality”.
M/Y Princess Too is on the market with Camper & Nicholsons.
Principle dimensions M/Y Princess Too:
- Builder Royal van Lent
- Built 1999
- Length 47.55m (156’0″ft)
- Beam 8.85m (29’0″ft)
- Draft 3.05m (10’0″ft)
- Cabins 6
- Crew 10
- Speed 14.50 Knots
Press Release, December 12, 2013