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French refit shipyard Compositeworks, along with Michela Reverberi Studio, won the Interior Design – Sailing Yacht Award at the 2018 International Yacht & Aviation Awards in Venice, Italy, for their refit of the 210-foot (64m) S/Y Spirit of the C’s.

The project, completed in 2017 at the Compositeworks shipyard in La Ciotat, France, included major interior and exterior modifications. According to the company, a short time frame added to its challenge of creating a different atmosphere while maintaining as much of the existing structure and paneling as possible.

S/Y Spirit of the C’s

Compositeworks, which has delivered more than 800 projects since its inception in 1998, was acquired by MB92 Group at the end of 2017. The global refit shipyards group also owns MB92 Barcelona and Blohm & Voss La Ciotat.

For more information, visit compositeworks.com.

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