Currently being completed by the Tansu yard in Turkey, she is built in steel and aluminium to RINA class and has naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design with exterior and interior styling by Tansu. MCA compliant, accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a main deck master suite, a VIP suite, a double and two twins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for seven crew in three cabins.
Hull number six of the yard’s 39 metre series, the semi displacement explorer yacht Cutlass combines Dutch engineering with Tansu’s recognised build quality.
Her broker, David Legrand, said, “Hot on the heels of the sale of Bartender earlier this year the sale of Cutlass marks a new chapter in the continued success story and confirms the solid value of Tansu Yachts in the current unstable economic market. Providing state of the art exterior and interior design by Riza Tansu, high quality construction, timely deliveries and reliable engineering, Tansu Yachts has proven itself as a world-class shipyard.”
Due for delivery in summer 2016, Cutlass was asking €11 million.