Turquoise Yachts launches 47m superyacht Razan

H2 Yacht Design have revised their initial design of the project throughout the build into the modern exterior profile we see on the water which now includes an extended swim platform and beach area, larger hull windows forward on the main deck and the removal of fashion plates on both the main and upper aft decks to provide clearer vantage points from deck.

Turquoise Yachts’ 47m project NB60 was lowered into the water yesterday at the shipyard’s facility in Pendik. Named Razan, the yacht is the first vessel to have been launched under the company’s newly branded name of Turquoise Yachts and the first yacht to leave the yard since the delivery of Ileria in 2013.

A new arrangement of the sundeck was also implemented which is now fitted with a central Jacuzzi and generous seating solutions.

Inside, the lower deck has received a new layout and now supports two spacious VIP and two guest cabins. A new cabin can now be found behind the bridge to provide additional accommodation when needed.

Delivery of Razan is expected to take place in early 2017.

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