Construction on the 62 metre project began on speculation in 2018 but was paused after the business was restructured when the matriarch of the family that owned the shipyard passed away. The shipyard has now resumed construction on multiple projects and its flagship Nacre 62 is looking for an owner to see the vessel through to completion. Sarp estimates delivery in 24-26 months from signing the contract.
The project is built in steel and aluminium to a design by Milanese studio Hot Lab with an interior volume totalling 1,150GT. She was first unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2017 and is based on a Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests split across six cabins including a full-beam owner’s stateroom and a double VIP cabin on the main deck. This area can be isolated to provide an owner’s apartment – ideal for the immediate family.
Below deck, two further full-beam cabins boost the Nacre 62’s charter appeal, while two twin cabins complete the guest accommodation. Meanwhile six crew cabins and a bridge deck captain’s cabin allow for a staff of up to 13 people.
Sarp has allowed plenty of scope for customisation – for example, the skylounge could be arranged as a home cinema or as a highly sociable conversation space with four L-shaped sofas facing inwards. Whichever option is selected, the private side decks will be easily accessible through sliding glass doors.
Al fresco relaxation options are plentiful – the superyacht sundeck boasts elevator access, a rectangular spa pool, day head, shaded bar area and an outdoor shower area, while the split foredeck includes a larger spa pool, and the beach club boasts a gym and sliding glass doors in the transom.
Power will come from a pair of 1,500hp engines, supplied by either Caterpillar or MTU, for a top speed of 17 knots. When trimmed back to 12 knots, the Nacre 62 will boast a transatlantic cruising range of 6,500 nautical miles.
The Nacre 62 is asking €52,000,000.