This layout has been developed for a potential private owner or as a very suitable adaptable arrangement for charter work as well. There are very generous entertaining spaces with a main deck saloon and dining room, conventionally divided but could be made into one generous space. The interior design is by Sarp Yacht and Donald Starkey, and the exterior design by naval architect Osman Tanju Kalayciouglu.
The main deck spacious owners suite with his and her bathrooms -as drawn- incorporates fabulous automatically engineered port and starboard terraces providing fantastic open aspect vistas at anchor. It also combines a starboard side office and a port side VIP suite. These are adaptable and could become a private owners gym in place of the VIP suite or 2 suites when the forward or aft lower deck suites could be joined to become a large full beam VIP suite with lounge and bedroom to maintain 6 on board suites. All decks are accessible via a 2 person elevator (having wheel chair capability).
There are 3 open vista levels of shaded aft open deck areas with a sun deck forward Jacuzzi tub and sunbed arrangement. The lower aft beach club provides a swim platform combined with dive facilities, sauna/steam room, gym and massage room with additional easy staircase access from the starboard main deck. Very ample service areas with a dumb waiter serve all decks and the forward crew spaces accommodate 8 plus 4 officers and chief engineers cabins with separate crew and officers messes to comply with LY3 regs.
The interior proposed is in a modern understated style reflecting current trends and combining LED lighting and the latest A/V technology. This modern vessel combines elegance with sound practical engineering solutions with a sensibly thought out arrangement of internal spaces which provides a timeless yacht. Three fundamental principles are paramount: safety first, form to satisfy function and maximum use of space with diesel-electric propulsion which is protecting the environment.