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VisionF Yachts launches all-pink 25m superyacht

16 June 2023 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Turkish builder VisionF Yachts has launched the fourth and final hull in its VisionF 80 series in an eye-catching shade of custom pink.

The 24.6-metre all-aluminium catamaran was built for an international tech entrepreneur and is the final unit of the series, which has now been upgraded to the larger VisionF 82. Her name has not been officially disclosed.

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The distinctive palette of pink was brought to life by Thurstan Design – London and marks a radical departure from the third hull, which is all-black.

The catamaran’s conversation piece is the 54-square-metre main saloon, with interiors fitted out in her trademark colour. The décor has a refreshed 70s character with velvet flooring, rounded sofa chairs, and integrated lighting. The fixed furniture is produced in-house, with designer pieces supplied by RoveConcepts, Moro, Crate & Barrel, Kravet, Paola Lenti and Farrow & Ball. She can accommodate eight guests in four cabins with further complement for five crew. 

The stern platform can be hydraulically lowered for easy access to the water and raised in order to store the Williams jet tender. With a draught of under a metre, the catamaran is capable of cruising in shallow waters and reaching remote bays with ease. The yacht features a flybridge, exterior helmstation, and sunpads upholstered in weather-resistant fabric for sunbathing. A 9.7-metre beam ensures plenty of space on the main deck, both indoors and out, including a galley that benefits from natural light

Ali Tanir, general manager of VisionF Yacht , said it was “a great pleasure” to collaborate with so many different parties on the creation of the project. “I am very happy to take part even at the delivery stage of this project, she is unique in many ways,” said Tanir.

Fitted with twin Volvo Penta IPS 1050 drives, the VisionF 80 has a maximum speed of 18 knots and a range of over 1,800 nautical miles.

According to BoatPRO, VisionF Yachts currently has six units above 24 metres under construction, with three units in the new Silent-VisionF 82 series being launched from winter 2023/2024.

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