VAY a Su Marine Superyacht
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Luxury superyacht 'Vay' is a beautiful 40-metre ketch rigged sailing yacht, launched by the Turkish shipyard Su Marine Yachts in 2013. Luxury yacht 'Vay' features naval architecture as well as exterior design by Taka Yachts, with interior design by the yard's in-house team.
|Type/Year:||a Su Marine Superyacht/2013|
|Engines:||2xSCANIA DI12 60 M, 441 k|
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Taka Yachts, Taka Yacht Design, Su Marine|
|Locations:||Aeolian Islands, Sailing Regatta Yachts, Puerto Rico & Spanish Virgin Islands, Ibiza, Greece, Egypt, THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, Solomon Islands|
Accommodation aboard 'Vay' yacht is provided in 5 beautifully appointed cabins, including a generous master cabin, two VIP cabins and two guest cabins. There is also space for a professional crew of 3 members.
Run by twin SCANIA DI12 60 M, 441 kW (600 HP) diesels, the 40-metre super yacht 'Vay' can reach a comfortable cruising speed of 11 knots.
Sun Marine super yacht 'Vay' can comfortably sleep her guests in 5 lovely cabins, including a spacious master cabin, two VIP cabins and two guest cabins. Guests are looked after by a friendly and dedicated crew of 3 members.
Amenities and Extras
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