Motor Yacht BaiaMare is a 41.3m (135’5”) luxury vessel currently under build at the Turkish shipyard with a launch due in June 2011. TSMM of Antalya, Turkey are responsible for her Naval architecture, as well as for her interior and exterior design.
The Owner of the yacht BaiaMare, a Turkish investor, chose Ned Ship based on his personal taste and liking for their design. He is the owner of another luxury Ned Ship yacht, built fifteen years ago and currently under refit at the shipyard. The owner is very pleased with the current project, so much so, that he mentioned using BaiaMare privately, in case she would not sell.
‘BaiaMare’ superyacht features traditional lines with a great focus on reliable and functional luxury design based on a state of the art configuration. She is completely constructed in Epoxy Composite with Carbon enforcements. The yacht’s shaft and propeller are combined in a tunnel-like design, providing the yacht with a very low draft for her size. This makes her a very suitable charter yacht for places such as the Caribbean.
Luxurious accommodation on board of the superyacht BaiaMare will be provided in six cabins, including one Owner’s deck, a VIP cabin on the main deck and four guests cabins on the lower deck.
Ned Ship M/Y Baia Mare is powered by 2 MTU 12V 2000 M94 engines of 1920 @ 2450 rpm to a top speed of 18 knots and an economical cruising speed of 15 knots. Her range at maximum speed is of 1,200 nautical miles and 1,800 nautical miles at the cruising speed of 15 knots. BaiaMare yacht is built in full accordance with the RINA Rules for Classification of Pleasure Yachts 2009.
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