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Interior refit of 32m motor yacht ‘Y’ by Mengi Yay and Guido de Groot Design

September 03, 2014

Dutch design studio, Guido de Groot Design, has worked on a number of refit projects over the years. Recent projects comprise an interior refit performed at the Moonen shipyard in Holland and an interior refit for the 32m Mengi Yay charter yacht ‘Y’. The refit of superyacht ‘Y’ was carried out by her home shipyard in their facilities in Tuzla, Turkey.

32m Mengi Yay superyacht 'Y' - Interior

32m Mengi Yay superyacht 'Y' - Interior

The refit project for luxury yacht ‘Y’ was developed together with Yacht Marine – Management and Brokerage, who did the project management in Turkey.

Super yacht 'Y' - Cabin

Super yacht 'Y' - Cabin

The transformation on super yacht ‘Y’ mainly involved converting the dark wooden interior into one with a fresh, modern and light interior. The timescales were tight on this project, with the whole metamorphosis taking just five months; just in time for her to be ready for the summer season.

Launch of new 31,68m motor yacht SERENITAS at Mengi Yay

September 02, 2014

The all-new 31,68-metre motor yacht Serenitas, also known as hull number 82, has recently hit the water at Mengi Yay in Turkey. Superyacht Serenitas has been beautifully designed by Ginton Naval Architects, with interior design by BTA Design.

Mengi Yay super yacht Serenity

Rendering of Mengi Yay super yacht Serenity

Luxury yacht Serenitas can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 lovely cabins, including a generous master cabin on the main deck, two VIP cabins, a double cabin and one twin cabin on the lower deck. All five cabins offer en-suite facilities.

Made of steel and aluminium, luxury yacht Serenita is built to RINA Charter Class. She is run by twin 490hp Caterpillar C12 diesel engines, expected to reach a top speed of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.

New 36,5m motor yacht NB 89 in build at Mengi Yay

July 02, 2014

Turkish shipyard, Mengi Yay, is presently working on the building of the new 36,5-metre motor yacht NB 89, beautifully penned by Ginton Naval Architects. Due to be launched in September 2014, superyacht NB 89 is under construction together with the 33,5-metre luxury yacht NB 88.

Mengi Yay superyacht NB 89

Mengi Yay superyacht NB 89

Construction of luxury yacht NB 89 started in July 2013. Being built as RINA class, the vessel will boast beautiful hull and superstructure, both made of wood. In the hull, 3 layers of cross coating were used. The keel, wale and posts of the boat were printed in epoxy-laminate system. All the used ply-woods have “marine” certificate.

Superyacht NB 89

Superyacht NB 89

The semi displacement yacht NB 89 will be able to reach the speeds of up to 24 knots, thanks to her design characteristics. She will be amazingly comfortable even at windy and wavy weather, with the effect of her form and stabilizer under her structure.

NB 89 Yacht - Exterior

NB 89 Yacht - Exterior

Accommodation aboard NB 89 yacht will be provided in one master cabin and four guest cabins. The master cabin will be lightened with wide glasses at the board side, so it is very spacious. The saloon will have a capacity to accommodate large guest communities. In addition, there will be a fully equipped kitchen on the main deck.

Luxury yacht NB 89 - Dining

Luxury yacht NB 89 - Dining

NB 89 superyacht - Saloon

NB 89 superyacht - Saloon

NB 89 Yacht - Cabin

NB 89 Yacht - Cabin

Luxury yacht NB 89 - Bathroom

Luxury yacht NB 89 - Bathroom

Technical Specifications of NB 89 Yacht:

Full length 36.50 mt.

Width 7.65 mt.

Draught 2.10 mt.

Displacement 165 ton

Fuel capacity 13.100 lt.

Fresh Water Capacity 2.300 lt.

Engines 2 x CAT C32 1925 bhp

Generators 2x CAT C4.4 86 kW

Max speed 24 knots

Cruising speed 20 knots

Construction Wooden, Lamination, Epoxy

Exterior Designer GINTON Naval Architects BV

Engineering GINTON Naval Architects BV

Master Cabin 1

Guest Cabin 4

Crew Cabin 3

Interior design YS Design Office

Classification RINA

Mengi Yay working on new 33,5m motor yacht NB 88

July 02, 2014

Mengi Yay from Turkey is currently working on the construction of the new 33,5m motor yacht NB 88, superbly penned by Karatas Yacht Design. Scheduled for launch before the start of summer 2015, superyacht NB 88 is in build together with the 36,5m luxury yacht NB 89.

Superyacht NB88 by Mengi Yay

Superyacht NB88 by Mengi Yay

The steel hull and aluminium superstructure of luxury yacht NB 88 have been successfully completed. Construction of top building as aluminum ensures the gravity center of the vessel to be drawn towards downside, providing more comfortable experience, while on the sea.

Superyacht NB88 from above

Superyacht NB88 from above

Mengi Yay NB 88 yacht will provide deluxe accommodation in one master cabin and four guest cabins, each with its own bathroom and toilet. In addition, there will be a spacious main saloon and one crew saloon, as well as a kitchen, which will be equipped with equipment in capacity sufficient to give service to all guests and crews.

NB88 Yacht - Wheelhouse

NB88 Yacht - Wheelhouse

Luxury yacht NB 88 - Dining

Luxury yacht NB 88 - Dining

NB 88 Yacht - Saloon

NB 88 Yacht - Saloon

Super yacht NB 88 - Cabin

Super yacht NB 88 - Cabin

Technical Specifications of Mengi Yay NB 88 superyacht:

Full length 33.53 mt.

Width 7.25 mt.

Draught 2.20 mt.

Displacement 175 ton

Fuel capacity 20.480 lt.

Fresh Water Capacity 4.810 lt.

Engines 2×1600 bhp

Generators 2x 50 kw Kohler

Max speed 17 knots

Cruising speed 13 knots

Construction Body: Steel

Top Building: Aluminium

Exterior Designer Karatas Yacht Desing

Engineering Karatas Yacht Desing

Master Cabin 1

Guest Cabin 4

Crew Cabin 3

Interior Design Makomin Ltd

Classification RINA

41m motor yacht AZRA by Mengi-Yay delivered

June 26, 2012

The 41m luxury motor yacht AZRA by the Turkish builder Mengi-Yay has been successfully delivered to her new Owner. A sistership to luxury yacht MY STEEL, the AZRA superyacht is designed by the shipyard’s in-house team, with stunning interior by BTA Design.

41m motor yacht Azra by Mengi-Yay

41m motor yacht Azra by Mengi-Yay

The total number of 8 guests can find the maximum comfort aboard the Mengi-Yay superyacht Azra. She provides 4 beautiful cabins, including a master cabin and three guest cabins. Her professional crew sleeps in four crew cabins.

Luxury yacht Azra- front view

Luxury yacht Azra- front view

Azra superyacht - rear view

Azra superyacht - rear view

Superyacht Azra Exterior

Superyacht Azra Exterior

Luxurious exterior aboard motor yacht Azra

Luxurious exterior aboard motor yacht Azra

Built in wooden lamination epoxy, the 41m luxury yacht Azra is run by twin Caterpillar C32 diesels. Her top speed is of 19 knots, while her cruising speed is of 14 knots. RINA classed, Azra has a beam of 8.2m (26’90”) and a maximum draught of 2.78m (9’12”).

Azra superyacht Interior

Azra superyacht Interior

41m luxury motor yacht Azra

41m luxury motor yacht Azra

Mengi-Yay superyacht Azra

Mengi-Yay superyacht Azra

41m motor yacht MY STEEL by Mengi-Yay delivered

June 26, 2012

The Turkish shipyard Mengi-Yay has successfully delivered the 41m motor yacht My Steel to her new Owner. A sistership to the recently delivered luxury yacht AZRA, the My Steel superyacht is designed by the Mengi-Yay’s in-house team and boasts a beautiful interior by BTA Design.

41m motor yacht My Steel by Mengi-Yay

41m motor yacht My Steel by Mengi-Yay

Looked after by a professional crew of 8, the Mengi-Yay superyacht My Steel can easily sleep a total number of 10 guests in 5 comfortable cabins. These include a master cabin, along with 4 guest cabins.

Luxury yacht My Steel - front view

Luxury yacht My Steel - front view

My Steel superyacht - rear view

My Steel superyacht - rear view

My Steel superyacht Exterior

My Steel superyacht Exterior

Built in wooden lamination epoxy and RINA classed, the 41m luxury yacht My Steel can reach a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots, thanks to her twin Caterpillar C32 diesel engines. My Steel features a beam of 8.2m (26’90”) and a maximum draught of 2.78m (9’12”).

Superyacht My Steel Galley

Superyacht My Steel Galley

41m motor yacht My Steel Dining

41m motor yacht My Steel Dining

Mengi-Yay superyacht My Steel Interior

Mengi-Yay superyacht My Steel Interior

One of the luxurious cabins aboard My Steel superyacht

One of the luxurious cabins aboard My Steel superyacht

Superyacht My Steel Bathroom

Superyacht My Steel Bathroom

Cruise the Eastern Mediterranean in style aboard luxury charter yacht M&M

May 30, 2012

Currently offering an excellent charter rate special, the 35-metre luxury motor yacht M&M by Mengi-Yay is available for cruising around the beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean, in particular Turkey, Greek Islands and Croatia. For the price of €50,000.00 per week during the month of June, the 2011 launched superyacht M&M’s charter guests will have the opportunity to savour fabulous meals inside or al-fresco on her decks, as the rate is full-board inclusive! Contact us for more information about M&M yacht here.

M&M Motor Yacht at Anchor

M&M Motor Yacht at Anchor

M&M yacht - Flybridge and Spa Pool

M&M yacht - Flybridge and Spa Pool

Designed by Kerim Demir, with interior by BTA Design, charter yacht M&M is a fly-bridge vessel with a sleek profile and superstructure. Elegant and comfortable accommodation is provided in five beautiful cabins to a maximum number of 10 guest. The spacious Owner cabin on the main deck, located forward and features a large, king-sized bed, a study and a sofa. The large Master cabin, located aft, has also a king-sized bed, a study with a sofa. Further accommodation is offered in the VIP cabin, with a queen-sized bed and a study and a 2nd VIP cabin with a queen-sized bed and a guests cabin with two single beds. All of the stylishly appointed staterooms feature en-suite bathrooms with shower and a toilette, intercom, satellite phone and entertainment system.  Charter guests aboard M&M yacht are attended to by a professional and friendly crew of 6.

Charter yacht M&M - Main Salon

Charter yacht M&M - Main Salon

Superyacht M&M - Main Salon

Superyacht M&M - Main Salon

Regarding the exterior spaces, the spectacular yacht M&M boasts a versatile sun-deck with a large Spa Pool Spa able to accommodate 6 guests. There are also four sun-beds as well as a dining table for 10 guests to enjoy al-fresco meals created by the yacht’s talented chef, followed by a refreshing drink at the bar. There is an additional exterior dinging area on the main aft deck, as well as a sun-bathing area on the fore deck – offering plenty of external spaces for the owners or charter guests to relax on or entertain.

Motor Yacht M&M - Aft Seating Area

Motor Yacht M&M - Aft Seating Area

Motor yacht M&M - Main Deck Master Cabin

Motor yacht M&M - Main Deck Master Cabin

To make sure you are fully entertained and enjoying yourself aboard charter yacht M&M, the vessel offers a selection of water toys, including a 4.75 RIB Jet concept, 140HP diesel engine dinghy, 6 person SPA Model by Spa Pool Italy, two wake boards, 3 pairs of water skis for adults and kids, 10 snorkelling equipment for all sizes as well as a towable donut and a banana. There is also a central entertainment system throughout the boat, a large collection of films and music.

Yacht M&M - Lower Deck Master Cabin

Yacht M&M - Lower Deck Master Cabin

Charter Yacht M&M - Flybridge

Charter Yacht M&M - Flybridge

Charter yacht M&M - Flybridge

Charter yacht M&M - Flybridge

Luxury yacht  charter destination – Croatia – aboard charter yacht M&M

Croatia has become one of the most popular summer yacht charter destination in the recent years. Not surprisingly, this beautiful  country offers the luxury motor yachts or sailing yachts sailing its spectacular coastline pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, secluded bays, great history, excellent cuisine and much, much more. There is plenty for everyone in Croatia, from ragged backwater to fashionable seaside resorts. Meaning, if you missed the golden age of the French Riviera,  you have now a second chance!

Croatia

Croatia

The beaches are one of the major attractions for a good reason. The shoreline covers anything from pebbles to white sand and the shockingly clear water can be soothing even early in the season. In addition to the splendid beaches, Croatia has plenty on offer when it comes to its culture and history alike. The Museum of Modern Arts offers a cool, shady place to unwind just a few steps from the Banja Beach in Dubrovnik. One of the best times to walk down the streets of Dubrovnik is in the early evening, before sunset, when the pale light falls in the city’s ocher rooftops.

Another important destination in Croatia is Korcula. It is an old picturesque, fortified town and one of the loveliest islands in the Adriatic. It is famous for its wine-making and is filled with charming little winding streets and outstanding restaurants.

Dubrovnik - Croatia

Dubrovnik - Croatia

One of the least explored islands along the Dalmatian Coast is Vis. You can spend some time visiting the island’s famous vineyards, hiking along the spectacular coastline, and exploring the secluded coves and bays. To the west, take a trip to the small island of Biscevo to explore its numerous caves, particularly the famous Blue Cave, a grotto where when the midday sun reflects off the white sandy bottom and enters through an underwater entrance, offering the most spectacular effect.

Church at Mount St. Jure, Biokovo National Park, Croatia - Photo credit Eduard Csekes, MD

Church at Mount St. Jure, Biokovo National Park, Croatia - Photo credit Eduard Csekes, MD

You could also choose to cruise aboard your preferred luxury charter yacht to visit the longest Adriatic Island – Hvar. It is known as the St. Tropez of the Dalmatian Coast. Anchor at one of the many picturesque inlets or bays and enjoy the beautiful waters swimming, kayaking or even water skiing.

Brac is the home to the most famous spectacular beach, Zlatni Rat, located near the lovely seaside town of Bol. In Bol you can explore the stone streets, markets or enjoy the water-sports on the beach.

Island of Brac – Bol beach – Croatia

Island of Brac – Bol beach – Croatia

Another worthy city to visit in Croatia is Split. Wonder the city streets and you will experience its blend of ancient and new, with the Roman aqueducts still providing water and lively cafés and bars lining the streets or dine on fresh seafood overlooking the ocean.

Rovinj, is located on the south of the Istrian peninsula, resembling a 16th-century Venice, including a campanile and a statue of St. Catherine of Alexandria on top of the church.

Split

Split

Venice, although located in Italy, it is a wonderful place to start or end your Eastern Mediterranean charter vacation. The city of art, music, travellers from all over the world, Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world. A wonderful place to wonder around and enjoy the immense history as well as the amazing architecture.

Venice, Italy © Guilain GRENIER : ORACLE TEAM USA

Venice, Italy © Guilain GRENIER : ORACLE TEAM USA

For more information about the possibility to charter luxury yacht M&M in Croatia or around Turkey and Greece, please contact our friendly team of brokers at CharterWorld.

Mengi Yay 40m sailing yacht EXTREME designed by Jaron Ginton and Guido de Groot due to be delivered in Spring 2013

March 05, 2012

40m sailing yacht Extreme is a beautiful sloop, currently in build by the Turkish yard, Mengi Yay in Tuzla, under the management of Yacht Marine Ltd. The ‘Extreme’ superyacht features naval architecture as well as design by Ginton Naval Architects and lovely interior design by Guido de Groot. She is due to be delivered in Spring 2013.

40m sailing yacht Extreme at anchor

40m sailing yacht Extreme at anchor

At the time of writing, the hull structure is nearly completed and the aluminium superstructure is well underway. The hull of the luxury yacht Extreme is being built from steel with an aluminium superstructure and it will be built to RINA commercial classification.

40m Extreme Superyacht - rear view

40m Extreme Superyacht - rear view

Uri Rotshtain of the management company Yacht-Marine has instructed Jaron Ginton and Guido de Groot not to make any compromise when it comes to quality. Examples of that are evident everywhere in the Extreme yacht. For example, the propeller shafts of BT marine are made from Duplex instead of stainless steel. The aluminium superstructure is in many areas 6 mm thick when 4 mm would also be allowed. Many more examples can be found, such as the selection of caterpillar engines, the bow thrusters from Dutch Thruster Group or Lewmar winches.

Extreme Superyacht under sail

Extreme Superyacht under sail

Exterior Design and Naval Architecture – Jaron Ginton NA

The Dutch studio Ginton Naval Architects BV has designed the innovative modern 40m superyacht Extreme. The hull has been designed to minimise resistance, and the keel is “semi-fin keel” to allow simple docking. The spade rudders are located behind two 40” Variprop propellers to reduce resistance under sail.

Jaron Ginton explains that locked or even free turning propellers are responsible for a tremendous increase in resistance (in the vicinity of 30%), so folding the propeller blades parallel to the water stream is expected to increase the speed under sail by three quarters of a knot.

40m Superyacht Extreme Aft Deck

40m Superyacht Extreme Aft Deck

Jaron Ginton has designed a sloop based on principles of simplicity, reducing the amount of masts, stays, winches, etc. In order to maintain enough power from the sail, a high mast of 52 m has been selected. To compensate, 60 tonnes of ballast have been put in the keel.

The engine room is located aft of amidships, allowing the space for a big garage for water sports aft. Other special features are the large flybridge, which has two steering positions, an operating centre for the sails, a sitting area and two tenders aft. On anchor, when the yacht tenders are launched, a big “party-deck” is provided.

The owners are moving from a motor yacht to a sail yacht, but they didn’t want to sacrifice comfort. For them, accessibility to water sports is an important feature. Therefore, the transom door can open 90 degrees, creating a big swimming platform.

However, in order to enlarge the swimming platform even further, a big portion of the aft deck rises two meters with the help of a hydraulic scissor lift mechanism, creating a huge swimming platform, bigger than the ones that can be found on motor yachts of similar size. On the side, two big aluminium doors conceal jet skis, canoes, and other water toys; when opened, they can be used as additional swimming platforms.

The interior spaces were supplied with big windows for ample daylight and the exterior decks provide plenty leisure space. There are six guest rooms, accommodating 12 guests. For the 7 crew members there are 3 double crew cabins and a captain’s cabin, a spacious crew messroom, adjacent to a well equipped general galley.

Interior Design – Guido de Groot Design

The aft deck offers seating for 12 people and is the perfect area to host a dinner party for many friends. It offers a wide view over the marina or the sunset. The bar at the entrance of the main salon is the perfect spot to enjoy a late night drink or an early espresso. The exterior furniture is made of dark lacquered woods and lacquered teak. Due to its luxurious finishing and trimming it feels as an extension of the interior spaces. Another element that enhances this feeling is the dark lacquered furniture contrasting with the soft white fabric upholstering.

40m Extreme Superyacht Main Salon

40m Extreme Superyacht Main Salon

The exterior area and interior area merge seamlessly. The main salon offers various seating and a formal dining area. The wheelhouse has a small seating arrangement for more intimate moments and to enjoy the Extreme yacht while under sail.

The combination of the light oak, the dark lacquered oak, small mirrors, stained floors with white holly and the leather detailing create a carefully composed space. The staircase in the middle of the salon is a beautifully designed eye catcher and a focal point in the design. It divides the dining and main salon from the fitness room. The staircase is nicely lit and gives a great transition to the guest area.

Superyacht Extreme Master Cabin

Superyacht Extreme Master Cabin

The guest area has not less than six cabins. The two large owners’ cabins at midship have a spacious bathroom and a separate toilet. The bathrooms floors, countertops and sinks are made out of a compound of quartz. The walls are a combination of white lacquered panelling and quartz. The sofa has a small integrated leather top which folds into a vanity desk. The desk is set against an oak wall. This wall is made of small stripes in plain oak and brushed oak. On the opposite wall behind the bed this pattern is repeated in dark lacquered stripes and mirror stripes.

At sea, one has a great look over the ocean through the large windows. Three of the four guest cabins have double beds; the fourth cabin has two single beds. The cabins and bathrooms are finished in the same material selection and they have the same attention to detail as the owners’ cabins. The style in the guest rooms is consistent throughout all rooms.

40m Extreme Yacht Guest Cabin

40m Extreme Yacht Guest Cabin

The sophisticated combination of brushed oak and aniline leather is simple but refined. The indirect light in the ceiling and in the pockets is beautifully reflected by the dark lacquered woods.

The crew area is located in the front. On starboard there is an open crew’s mess which has a large seating arrangement and a small pantry. At port side is the large galley equipped with professional equipment. Forward are four cabins with eight bunk beds. Although space is restricted, each cabin has its own bathroom.

Sailing yacht Extreme Guest Cabin

Sailing yacht Extreme Guest Cabin

Technical Specifications of the 40m sailing yacht Extreme

Exterior Design: Ginton Naval Architects, Holland
Naval Architecture: Ginton Naval Architects, Holland
Interior design: Guido de Groot Design, Holland
Exterior furniture: Guido de Groot design, Holland
Management: Yacht-Marine, Istanbul Turkey
Builder: Mengi Yay shipyard, Istanbul Turkey
Classification: RINA Commercial
MCA LY2 unlimited
Flag: Malta Flag Commercial
LOA: 40.0 m
LWL: 39.6 m
Beam moulded: 8.95 m
Draft: 3.95 m
Sail area: 860 m2
Material: Steel hull, Aluminium superstructure
Engines: 2 x Caterpillar C18 500kW 680mhp each
Fuel capacity: 23000 L
Water capacity: 7500 L
Generators: 2x Caterpillar C4.4 + 1x Panda P30 PMS GFK 3D
Captive winches: Lewmar
Shaft line: BT Marine

Formula Marine to supply rigging for 43m Sailing yacht Ketch by Mengi Yay

September 27, 2011

One of Europe’s leading mast builders, Formula Marine, has announced a contract win to supply a full rigging package for a 43 metre Ketch, being built at the Mengi Yay shipyard in Turkey. The 43m Sailing yacht Ketch by

Formula Marine Aluminium Mast

Formula Marine Aluminium Mast

Mengi Yay will feature a sailing system that includes aluminium masts with Park Avenue custom made booms as well as a standing and running rigging package. Formula Marine will construct the mast at its specialist aluminium facility in Holland before its experienced team spend time in the Turkish shipyard to install and test the systems.

In addition to the 43m Mengi Yay Ketch, which is expected to be delivered in summer 2012, Formula Marine is the preferred partner to deliver packages for a further two Mengi Yay superyachts, likely to be 50 metre plus sailing yacht projects requiring aluminium masts.

Commenting on the new contract, Formula’s Head of Sales Wim Mooiweer said: “Formula Marine has vast experience working with Turkish shipyards and has previously worked closely with Mengi Yay on an aluminium package for a 45 metre schooner. The confidence that Mengi Yay has in Formula is reflected in this new three boat deal and we look forward to further developing our relationship with them.”

Below is an image Gallery of some yachts built by Mengi Yay

New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay

September 06, 2011

Ginton Naval Architects and Mengi Yay have signed a contract to design and build a new 40m sailing yacht. The construction of the superyacht has already begun at Mengi Yay’s yard in Tuzla, Turkey, managed by Yacht Marine.  The sloop rigged luxury sailing yacht measures 40m and is being called the Extreme 40 sailing yacht. It features exterior design and architecture by Ginton Naval Architects with interior design by Guido de Groot.

New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay

New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay

The 40m Sloop to be built by Mengi Yay will be able to accommodate up to twelve guests in six luxurious staterooms with seven crew members. The Extreme 40 sail yacht by Mengi Yay will boast a spacious saloon on the main deck with a dining area and a semi-open wheelhouse. The aft deck will have a large seating area with a bar, dining table and lounging space. When the transom door is opened, part of the aft deck will lower to create an expansive swim platform and watersports area for guests to enjoy.

New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay

New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay

The ‘Extreme 40′ superyacht will have a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure will be built to RINA and Maltese Commercial Class. The Extreme 40 yacht will be able to attain a speed of approximately 14-knots thanks to a pair of CAT C-18 engines. The New Extreme 40m sailing yacht by Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot built by Mengi Yay will feature a furling boom and an aluminium mast which towers 52 metres above the waterline.