The 47-metre Razan, built in steel and aluminium, was launched by Turquoise earlier this month and is set for sea trials followed by handover early next year.
The Turquoise 47-metre Razan, with exterior styling by H2 Yacht Design, is based on the yard’s 47-metre platform. The lines have been given something of a sporting update, while the sundeck has a completely different character following the addition of a central spa pool, plenty of seating and a bar. New features also include a beach club, which offers access to an extended swim platform, while the foredeck has been revised to accommodate all the tenders and toys. Extra-large hull windows flood the main-deck owner’s suite with light.
While the main deck boasts an elegant salon and dining area, guests also have the option to relax and entertain in the full-beam bridge-deck lounge – configured as a multi-functional space for all the family. The bridge-deck salon also benefits from full-height windows. The lower deck houses two VIPs and two guest staterooms, all of which offer pullman berths. An extra cabin has been positioned behind the bridge to provide an additional guest cabin. “The allure of the 47-metre is that it offers the owner a flexible and functional layout more typically found on a larger yacht,” the yard says.
Construction at the yard has started on the Nuvolari Lenard-designed 66-metre and a new 74-metre Barracuda, designed by H2 Yacht Design, with a Ken Freivokh interior.