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Project Name:

Motoryacht Xilonen

Project Type:

Extensive Refit / Christensen motoryacht


142ft (43m)

“Xilonen” was previously known as “Namoh” when the Karen Lynn Interior Designs refitted her the first time in 2003. Xilonens glamorous and fabulous interior resulted in a rich and luxurious interior design with a material selection including gorgeous silk walls, imported Italian and French textiles, hand painted silk textiles, an array of colored mother of pearl tiles and accents, gold and silver leaf, amazing onyx and exotic marbles, hints of tigers eye and stainless steel and crystal accents. There was truly no surface left untouched. In addition the lower deck twin cabin was redesigned and converted into a gym. All of the guest heads and the Master head were completely redone with new tubs and showers, new sinks and toilets, gorgeous new fixtures and accessories, marble flooring, paneled ceilings, elegant wall coverings and window treatments. The owners did not spare any expense only using the highest quality materials even in the crew area. She was finished off using the finest artwork and accessories, linens, china, glassware, and silver to complete the exquisite beauty.

Karen Lynn Interior Design coordinated project managed all of the 28 different trades including electrical and plumbing as well provided CADD architectural drawings for layouts, electrical and cabinetry.

“Xilonen” was nominated for “Refit of the Year” in 2008 by Showboats Intl and was also featured in Boat Internationals Refit hard cover series book in 2007. Karen Lynn Interior Design worked on this yachts interior and did a partial interior refit in 2014 when she was purchased by new owners and renamed “Lady Bee”.

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