According to Alia Yachts, the superyacht has been commissioned by “an experienced yachtsman who has owned numerous vessels of varying sizes over the past decade.”
Vripack co-creative director Bart Bouwhuis said the owner intends to “cruise the seven seas together with their large family.”
“It’s fantastic to have the opportunity to bring an experienced owner’s globetrotting vision to life,” he added.
Penned inside and out by Vripack, the yacht is designed for easy navigation and maintenance, with the galley and crew saloon found forward of the main deck. The main deck also features a technical room and side-loading tender garage.
Elsewhere, a “sprawling” beach club sits on the lower deck, complete with a massage room, dive store, gym and steam shower.
An interior volume of more than 1000 GT offers accommodation in the form of two twin four VIP cabins. The master stateroom is located on the upper deck, complete with a walk-in wardrobe and private lounge and foredeck terrace.
An elevator meanwhile will connect all decks, rising from the lower deck to the sun deck.
“Following the footsteps of Al Waab, we are happy to mark the ceremonial keel laying for this bigger project of over 1.000 gross tons and huge exterior spaces,” commented Alia Yachts’ president Gökhan Çelik.
“The owner and his family have some incredible travel plans on the horizon and we feel honoured to be trusted to make this into a reality for him,” added Çelik.
Alia Yachts currently has four projects under construction, with the Vripack 60M superyacht scheduled to hit the water in 2024.