The new- build 46 metre motor yacht Sarp has been listed for sale by John Solomon at Northrop & Johnson.
Currently under construction with a steel hull and a composite superstructure at the Sarp yard in Antalya, Turkey, the Sarp 46 features an exterior design by Taka Yacht Design and a voluminous interior by Britain’s Adam Lay Studio accommodating up to 12 guests in five generous cabins. These consist of a main deck master suite with two doubles and two twins below, the twins coming with Pullman berths and all cabins having full en suite bathroom facilities.
The interior design throughout this yacht for sale takes inspiration from natural materials and textures, incorporating open grained planked wooden floors, quality leathers and intricate metal detailing. The end result is a colour palette of rich dark bronze, silvers and grey stained ash veneers. Wall finishes are a balance of wood paneling and pewter coloured silk wallpaper.
The use of composite rather than aluminium in the superstructure benefits both stability and efficiency by reducing weight aloft while also decreasing maintenance. It also has a major advantage over aluminium in that it dampens noise and vibration.
The upper deck has a captain’s cabin just behind the bridge and space for formal outdoor dining to the rear, while the sundeck has a bar, more dining space and a vast sun pad area.
The Sarp 46M will make her public debut at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, asking €22.5 million.