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With launch in 2015, sailing yacht TROY is a beautiful 50.25-metre performance cruising sloop, built by the Turkish shipyard, Esenyacht. With naval architecture by Dykstra Naval Architects and the yard’s in-house team, superyacht Troy boasts both exterior as well as interior design by Tim Saunders.
|1xCAT C32 Acert 1000 BHP@
|Tim Saunders, Gerard Dijkstra And Partners, Gerard Dijkstra & Partners, Gerard Dijkstra, Esen Yacht, Dykstra & Partners, Dijkstra
|Turkey, Carian Coast
Luxury yacht Troy features lovely and comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests in 5 beautifully appointed cabins. These include a master suite, two double guest suites, as well as two twin guest suites. There is also accommodation for an impeccable crew of 10 professionals.
RINA classed as well as MCA compliant, the 50.25-metre superyacht Troy has a beam of 9,80m and a draft of 4,83m (from ballast keel). She is run by CAT C32 Acert 1000 BHP@1800 rpm diesel engine.
Superyacht Troy can comfortably sleep up to 12 guests in 5 lovely staterooms. These include a master suite, two double guest suites, as well as two twin guest suites. There is also space for an attentive crew of 10 professionals.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 50.25m (164'86") yacht TROY, so please enquire for more information.
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