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Exclusive: Tansu Mission Class yacht CV114 sold

Turkish yard Tansu Yachts has announced the direct sale of a new yacht, which will be built under the project name CV114 and delivered in 2019.

Measuring 34.6 metres LOA, CV114 has been described as a “mission class” yacht. Interior and exterior design is by Tansu, while naval architecture and engineering will come courtesy of Dutch studio and long-time partner Diana Yacht Design.

In a statement, the yard revealed that the owner is “a world renowned master craftsman who is a long time fan of our yachts”.

Key features on board CV114 will include a large boat deck for storing her Rupert R8 tender and several other superyacht water toys besides.

Meanwhile, the owner's cabin will be situated on the upper deck and the loft-style open saloon will boast great views out to sea, thanks to a transparent superyacht staircase. The yard added that CV114 will have a top speed of 16 knots and a maximum cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Further details are being kept under wraps for now, with the total accommodation undisclosed, but this initial design drawing (pictured above) reveals that CV114 will boast an open transom and a foredeck wheelhouse.

Other superyacht projects under development at the Turkish yard include the 38.4 metre Highlight, which is currently undergoing sea trials off the coast of Tuzla, and the 44 metre flagship yacht Project Orca, which is due to hit the water before the end of the year. What's more, the 39.1 metre Echo-R and the 43.7 metre Project Cyclone will be getting their public debut at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show.

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