The second unit in the shipyard's 30-metre explorer series, she began construction on speculation and was sold in September 2020.
Ebyshine has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with exterior styling by Emrecan Ozgun of Unique Yacht Design. The tri-deck motor yacht is RINA-classed and categorised as an explorer thanks to her impressive range of up to 5,000 nautical miles when cruising at nine knots. She also has capacious volume at 290GT, which marks a step up from sistership EZGY's 219GT.
Accommodation is for ten guests across five cabins, plus further accommodation for five crew. While interior imagery has not been released, she has a similar arrangement to EZGY with a 28-square-metre, aft-facing master cabin on the bridge deck and a secondary full-beam master cabin forward on the main deck. What differentiates Ebyshine from her sistership is the addition of a private balcony that folds down in the main deck master.
On deck, a 22-metre-square beach club is fitted with a transom that converts into a swimming platform and protected lounge area when unfolded. This convivial area can be reached by dual staircases from the aft deck.
The series also benefits from a draft of only 2.3 metres, allowing Ebyshine to cruise shallow anchorages and bays such as the Bahamas and Caribbean. The construction of both vessels was overseen by Tufan and Brothers.
Powered by twin MAN engines, Ebyshine can reach a maximum speed of 13.5 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots.