Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman is near to completing two major refit projects.
Eos, the 93m (305ft) Lürssen-built (Germanischer Lloyd-classed) three-masted schooner is being refitted at Harlingen, while the refurbishment of the spars and other engineering works are being carried out at Royal Huisman's yard at Vollenhove yard.
The work-list includes new paint for the hull, superstructure and spars, overhaul of deck equipment and Rondal masts, updates to teak deck, extensive service work to mechanics, board systems (including five year Lloyds re-certification), and air conditioning, together with general works and cosmetic repairs.
Updating and remodelling work as well as an extensive refit programme is also well underway on Be Mine, a 40m (131ft) motoryacht launched by Lürssen in 1991.
The work schedule at Vollenhove includes painting its underwater body, steel hull and aluminium superstructure, construction work including updates to sun deck, main deck and hull portholes, replacement of teak decks, service work to board systems, interior modifications including upgrades to the upholstery, updates to electronics (entertainment, navigation and communication) and to her electrics.