January 7, 2008
STABBERT MARITIME BEGINS EXTENSIVE REFIT ON LATEST ACQUISION - M/Y DEVOTION
SEATTLE, WASH. January 7, 2008- Stabbert Maritime after purchasing the M/Y Marjorie Morningstar late in 2007 has begun an extensive refit on board the 143ft luxury expedition yacht renamed M/Y Devotion. The refit is due to be finished in April of this year prior to beginning a busy 2008 spring/summer charter season in Alaska with winter plans including itineraries in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez and Costa Rica. The vessel refit is under the care of Stabbert Maritime’s yacht management division which is also the vessel’s full time manager.
The refit includes the addition of a stateroom, extensive interior work including linen wall paper, marble surfaces, Brazilian hardwood floors, all new plumbing fixtures, flat screen TV’s in each stateroom, new bar in the Sky Lounge, wireless stereo with IPOD compatibility, new furniture, new cabinetry, fixtures, carpet, and lighting are planned to be installed through out the vessel. Discerning guests will enjoy the added luxury and comfort. Auxiliary equipment on board include two 19’ Novurania RIB tenders and 4 kayaks; 2 singles/2 doubles.
“The M/Y Devotion is an exploration yacht designed for adventure travel in exotic and remote locations, with the ultimate purpose to serve your global curiosity. Our vessel will deliver you, your family, and privileged guests safely to stunning destinations where natural beauty and fascinating culture are often unreachable by any other means.” explains Dan Stabbert, owner of Stabbert Maritime.
Stabbert Yacht and Ship (SYS) is located on the north shore of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, northeast of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle. SYS shipyard is the largest yacht refit and conversion yard on the Pacific Coast. SYS is a combination of many years of yachting and commercial vessel experience. The combination of Seattle's local trades and quality Northwest painting contractors with Stabbert Maritime’s operational experience provides yacht and ship owners a synergy rarely found in a typical shipyard.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Daniel Stabbert 206-204-4113