The 261 GT custom build is constructed in steel, with an oak interior and two aluminium masts. The design of the yacht has been developed entirely by the yard, which handled the concept, layout, naval architecture, marine engineering and both the exterior and interior design.
Accommodation is for up to 10 across a full-beam master cabin, three VIP cabins and a twin-berthed cabin, all en suite. There is further space for six crew, whose quarters are complemented by a crew mess and "strategically positioned galley".
Interiors incorporate a white and neutral colour scheme, patinated oak floors and walls and stainless steel detailing. There are also six pieces from Turkish photographer Ali Kabas featured throughout. The saloon, described as "cozy" by the shipyard, is complemented by a marble-topped dining table surrounded by bespoke lounge chairs.
Designed with teak flooring and mahogany bulwarks, the aft deck benefits from a large signature daybed (also designed by Aegean Yacht), a white lacquered table framed by Italian Minotti chairs, and an entertainment screen.
Powered by twin MAN 600hp engines, and backed by a fuel capacity of 16,000 litres and freshwater storage of 8,000 litres, White Island can achieve a speed of 13 knots. Additionally, three gensets guarantee an uninterrupted power supply throughout her voyages.Read More/Aegean Yacht reveals 42m Project Stealth