The concept, which retains its original comfortable and adventurous personality, has been “revised and redesigned”, Şenol said, with the original “oval and rounded lines” traded for “more modern, sharp and angular lines”.
The guest accommodation, which sleeps a total of 18, is arranged on the upper and bridge decks, rather than the traditional main and lower decks to give guests “a different experience”.
The four guest VIP cabins, complete with their own terrace, are flooded with natural light thanks to high windows. High ceilings are found in the owner’s cabin, which includes a private seating area, office, Jacuzzi and sunbathing area.
Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the concept features a 15 metre beam, four metre draft and accommodation for a total of 28 crew.