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Designed by Alia Yachts, the superyacht can be completely built with the material chosen by the owner: steel, aluminum or advanced composite fiberglass (GRP)."We have an internal team that specializes in particularly specialized composite materials," says Gokhan Celik, president of the shipyard. "Its owner has chosen to capitalize on that long experience and to specify the fiberglass construction aiming at the durability of the yacht."Rüya combines functionality with a timeless design to ensure that the yacht can navigate all corners of the world without problems. Its generous exterior, designed by designer Sam Sorgiovanni, can accommodate a variety of outdoor activities.On the upper level, there is a 1,000 square foot terrace where you can sunbathe, relaxing in a hot tub that can hold 10 people. Also, on the same deck, there is a full bar and space for al-fresco dining.Aft a wonderful beach club can be used to relax or dive into the sea. It features a hydraulically operated high-tech submersible ladder that allows you to easily enter the water and is ideal for diving.For the interior, the Sorgiovanni team used luxury materials including bamboo, Tasmanian oak and rainforest marble tiles. In addition, Rüya is characterized by custom-made furnishings that can be adapted to the needs of each client. It can accommodate a total of 10 people in four guest cabins on the lower level and a spacious owners suite.Located on the main deck, the tasteful owners suite boasts large windows to let in natural light, as well as a full beam bathroom. Of course, the layout can also be customized.Two Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines offer a maximum speed of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 10, the ship can independently travel 4,116 nautical miles.
April 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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