The hull of superyacht Brigadoon (formerly known as project Martinique) is made out of high tensile steel, her superstructure of aluminum. The advantage of high tensile steel is that the construction can be made significantly lighter than normal steel with the same strength, resulting in a lighter boat that retains the benefits of steel.
Brigadoon is built by dutch yard Moonen Yachts and delivered to her owners in 2018. The brand new 36.3 metre superyacht Brigadoon is the second yacht in the Carribean series. She comfortably accommodates ten guests in six cabins, comprising a master suite, two VIP staterooms, two double cabins and two twin cabins. The crew quarters on the aft can accommodate a maximum of seven crew in four cabins. Brigadoon features a 5.5-meter tender garage and an option for a crane to store a large number of toys on the bridge deck. So there are plenty of ways to enjoy the yacht and her capabilities.
Brigadoon is built to Lloyds Register classification society rules, and is MCA Compliant. Exterior designer René van der Velden gave her a low-profile exterior with vertical windows and sharp lines. DIANA is the naval architect of the yacht and her interior is designed by Nauta Design. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar C-32 1,925hp diesel engines and capable of a top speed of 17 knots. Brigadoon has a maximum range of 3,900 nautical miles at 10 knots.