Turquoise Yachts launches 47m superyacht Razan

10 October 2016 • Written by Simon Hardie

The 47 metre Turquoise superyacht Project NB60 has been launched and named Razan. The design features clean sharp lines and a new beach club with access to an extended swim platform. London based H2 Yacht Design is responsible for both the exterior and interior design.

Razan hit the water on October 3

The foredeck arrangement allows storage space for two tenders and two Jetskis, while the sundeck layout features a central bar and a hot tub forward. Back aft, the beach club area includes a superyacht gym. The main deck interior features an elegant saloon and dining area, while the multi-functional upper deck saloon makes the most of Razan's full 9.6 metre beam.

Razan's beach club gives access to an extended swim platform

“The interior aesthetic reveals subtle decorative detailing layered upon a minimalist backdrop,” the yard added. “This sleek contemporary look combines a predominantly pale palette with touches of rich dark timbers, specialist finishes and elegant polished stainless steel detailing.”

The design of the main deck owner’s suite includes large full-height windows. Two spacious VIP cabins and two twin cabins can be found on the lower deck, with an extra cabin on the bridge deck providing total accommodation for 12 guests.

The 47 metre Razan comes in just under the 500 gross tonne threshold, and features twin 1,950hp Caterpillar 3512B main engines, which give the yacht an estimated top speed of 16 knots and a maximum cruising range of 4,200 nautical miles at 12 knots. Following her launch, Razan was moved to Turquoise Yachts' Pendik yard for final outfitting ahead of her sea trials. Delivery is estimated for January 2017.

H2 Yacht Design currently has three new projects under development at the Turquoise shipyard, including the 77 metre NB63, which is being built on spec as an evolution of Vicky.

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