The 85 metre explorer Project Victorious has been revealed outside the shed after hitting the water for the first time earlier this year.
The yacht was launched at AK Yachts in April 2021 first arriving in Turkey in June 2016. The keel of the project was first laid back in 2006.
After the shipyard ran into difficulty, Victorious was bought again and spent two years under construction in New Zealand. The project again stalled and was left unfinished until it piqued the interest of a new owner in 2016.
At this point, the stern was extended by six metres to accommodate an indoor pool in the beach club and a two metre bowsprit was added, bringing the final length to 85 metres.
Key features include an upper deck complete with a sky lounge, cocktail lounge, observation saloon and dining room, a helipad at the bow and a Jacuzzi on the aft deck.
Elsewhere, Victorious boasts a 200 square metre beach club with a gym, massage room, hammam and heated swimming pool and a 10-seat cinema.
The massive 2,300GT interior includes a total of 11 guest suites; five on the main deck, four on the lower deck and two on the bridge deck.