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KRM Refit & Repair has announced it will be undertaking an extensive refit project on the 36m classic Oceanco, M/Y Miami Blues.
When it comes to the 'on the edge of our seat' announcements across the superyacht industry, head turning refits remain some of the biggest news breakers to take the industry by storm, reinventing and redefining classic builds we have come to know and love into becoming unique vessels of there own. This year, we look at some of the biggest and best refit announcements across 2019...
Kerem Baser, CEO and Founder of KRM joined Superyachts.com on the third day of the Monaco Yacht Show to discuss the latest from the Turkish facility. Speaking of recent refits and the reasoning behind Turkey’s surge in superyacht building, Kerem shared with us positive news of recent success.
Turkish shipyard KRM has successfully completed the refit of the 65-metre Benetti yacht Rahil, formerly Nataly. The refit included important work which had previously been abandoned by other shipyards, warranting KRM to declare this as “one of the most important projects we have ever delivered”.
Refit and repair company KRM Yacht bring news of their latest project: 38m M/Y Let It Be M. Formly Let It Be, this Heesen model will be impeccably refitted during an ambitious 5 month project.
M/Y Lara (previously Mitsi) from Peri Yachts has been delivered to her owners after her recent refit from KRM Yachts. At 30m in length, Lara has had several aspects of her exterior areas and the entirety of her interiors redesigned, including the introduction of a new folding swimming platform.
The 31m motor yacht April, which was built in 2006 by Bilgin Shipyards, is KRM Yacht’s latest refit project underway in Turkey. After entering the yard in December 2014, updates have emerged detailing the incredible work ongoing on board.
After undergoing a recent refit project with KRM, the 32 meter wooden sailing yacht Sea Beauty has been relaunched.