Motor Yacht SEAWOLF Completes Major Refit
The striking 58.8m/193’ 1957-built SEAWOLF has completed an extensive 120-day refit and is now looking better than ever ready for the summer charter season.
The refit was the result of a collaboration between the New Zealand and Spanish yards Integrated Marine Group (IMG) and Atollvic, with at times over 65 full-time employees working simultaneously on the project. Superyacht SEAWOLF initially went in for her five-year ABS survey but it was later decided that while she was there she should undergo further works to bring her up to date.
Some of the work completed included the installation of a new air conditioning system, the replacement of the sewage tank, refurbishment of the aft deck crane, an overhaul of the vessel’s steering, 26sqm of steel plate replacement for the ice B-class hull, the switch of the windlass system from DC to AC power, and the installation of a new AMS system and fire detection system.
Due to the amount of experienced workers contributing to the project, it was able to be finished efficiently within a relatively short amount of time and enabled her Captain and crew to get back out on the water. With meticulous maintenance and upgrades, SEAWOLF continues to offer all the luxuries and beautiful styling of even the most modern superyachts available for charter despite her age. She was previously an ocean going tugboat before being converted into a luxury yacht in 2002 with beautiful accommodation for 12 guests in six staterooms and a huge selection of amenities.
Due to the amount of experienced workers contributing to the project, it was able to be finished efficiently within a relatively short amount of time and enabled her Captain and crew to get back out on the water.