REFIT NEWS

Yacht Interiors: The new service by Monaco Marine

Being located in one of the most prominent places to have refit work done, Yacht Interiors by Monaco Marine specialize in yacht refits. Whether interior soft goods refit, Monaco Marine will coordinate and collaborate to meet its client's highest standards and expectations.

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Sandrine Mialy is dedicated to taking the dreams of our clients and turning them into a reality and each of our projects is totally unique, reflecting the clients' tastes and lifestyle. What underpins all of our work is quality, attention to detail and the enthusiasm of our team. "I meet the client which is absolutely essential in order to understand their expectations, tastes and especially their personality. From there, I do research to find the colours, textures and shapes that will create the kind of atmosphere that will make them fee most comfortable".

 

By joining Monaco Marine, Sandrine Mialy will be working with a network of established shipyards in the Mediterranean with the facilities to allow her to work on yachts from 24m to a pretty much limitless maximum length since La Ciotat shipyard is equipped to deal with 200m yachts. "Monaco Marine has been working on yacht refits and maintenance, especially the size of yachts requiring refits, for the past 20 odd years. It's a chance to organise refits knowing that they'll be done in shipyards perfectly suited to the purpose. There's no limit to the possibilities in terms of logistics and infrastructure, and that leaves more room for creativity".


There's no doubt she will make a difference with Yacht Interiors given the attachment captains and managers place in a yard in which they have confidence. For many of them, to be able to undertake all works in just one yard, more or less at the same time, cancels out the need for endless meetings and facilitates the work to be done outside the charter season or the owner's own use of the yacht.
No doubt by joining forces for interior and exterior refits Monaco Marine and Sandrine Mialy will make an effective union and it won't be long before we see a prestigious yacht refit emerging from one of the yards.

Born in Spain, Sandrine Mialy went to secondary school in Los Angeles and then to the Design Center UCLA in Santa Monica. She was responsible for many complete interior refits for SNP Boat and created a proper Showroom at Golfe-Juan in order to better understand and pinpoint clients' expectations. More than 125 yachts between 27 and 50m (LOA) have passed through her hands and expert gaze.
She works solo in 2007 and it wasn't long before she met with success and the interior refit for the 55m Southern Cross III, a legendary yacht designed in 1986 by the much missed Jon Bannenberg.