With the launch of a brand new 46 metre yacht, Vicem the Turkish yacht builder better known for could moulded wooden yachts have entered into the composite superyacht market with a bang
With Frank Mulder undertaking exterior and naval architecture, and Art Line looking after the interiors, Vicem set out to build this 46 meter semi-displacement yacht which is lighter and faster than the industry standard, achieving 25 knots as top speed, while maintaining high-efficiency cruising and long range capability of 4,000 Nm @ 12 knots, thus creating an extremely versatile ship.
She was sold recently while in build to a British businessman for €27 million to a British client through Antoine Lereque at Fraser Yachts
The yacht be exhibited at the Monaco Yacht Show this September
The 460-ton yacht, is powered by twin 3,650 HP MTU engines, delivers efficient ocean-crossing range at reduced speed.
Her three decks plus Sun-deck design allows for six double guest cabins. Her signature open atrium design provides 45 feet of unbroken natural lighting, from the very top of the Sun-deck all the way down to the Lower Deck.
The main deck’s Master Suite uses every inch of this yachts’ 30 foot beam, and includes a CEO’s office and a private gym. A graceful wraparound entry way leads to an inviting Jacuzzi and an arcing full-width head.
Farther aft is the galley, a dining area for ten, and a relaxing lounge and a spacious upper lounge area.