The world recognised shipyard reported on their socials earlier this week that Pendennis successfully relaunched M/Y A2 back into their wet basin.
The 42.35m vessel was originally known as ‘Masquerade of Sole’, but was renamed M/Y A2 after arriving at Pendennis in 2011 and being rebuilt in 2012. All three decks of the Superyacht were extended to 47m, along with a full-paint job that left the yacht looking modern. In regards to the interior, during the installation, the Pendennis team worked closely with the interior build experts, Peter Marino Architect (Remodel) to help exceed the owners’ expectations.
Upon completion of the rebuild, Captain A2 of M/Y A2 praised Pendennises services, saying:
“TO SAY THE LEAST THIS PROJECT WAS ENORMOUS AND OUR TIMESCALE LIMITED. THE WORK WAS CARRIED OUT IN A THOROUGH AND PROFESSIONAL MANNER. THE RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL YACHT” – CAPTAIN – A2
Since then, M/Y A2 has visited the Pendennis Shipyard, in Falmouth three times. A2 has just undergone a four-month programme of works. This included a ten-year class survey, a complete hull repaint, and a number of interior/ engineering upgrades.
|Overall length||47.0m (154’2″)|
|Draught max.||2.41m (7’11”)|
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