Sailing Yacht ROXANE is a stunning, elegant and graceful 46.8 metre vessel built by the Turkish shipyard Su Marine, featuring naval architecture by Taka Yachts. Charter Yacht Roxane is a perfect fusion of traditional sailing yacht features, the latest in technology and flawless joinery.
Roxane has a composite hull constructed from four layers of mahogany veneer, glued with epoxy resin, laid on iroko and steal frames, and finished with a sheet of pre-preg E-glass cloth. A strong, lightweight, low maintenance hull was created using this process, with a significantly larger internal volume capacity.
Generous deck spaces of the superyacht Roxane offer her luxury charter guests the ultimate relaxation and sunbathing. The vessel boasts two cockpits. One of them can be found in the traditional place, between the wheel and the deck house. The second cockpit on the other hand is located underneath the main boom.
For the perfect yacht charter experience, yacht Roxane features another sunbathing area aft on the stern. This area has a semi-circle of sun-lounges, not only providing a space for relaxation, they are also used to hide winches and mooring gears; when not in use. The same aft deck area can be use for entertainment, offering space to up to 50 guests.
Roxane yacht’s interior by Rémi Tessier creates a perfect blend, with the exterior styling by the continued usage of modest colours, including grey, neutrals, black and white. This colour palate was chosen to promote a warm, sophisticated holiday feel. Curved beamed ceilings and large windows further enhance the welcoming mood of the main salon.
Sailing yacht ROXANE offers accommodation to nine charter guests in three double cabins, one twin cabin and one pull man; each continuing the trend of the smooth understated luxury. Special features of the vessel include a separate entrance to the VIP cabin, for more privacy, and a 5-metre walk-in wardrobe.
The yacht is managed by a crew of seven members with their crew quarters located aft of the engine room. Here the motion is minimal and machinery spaces can be accessed easily.
Powered by two 610hp Scania engines, Roxane reaches a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots. When engines are not in use, she sails smoothly with vast sails by Doyle Sails.
Amenities on board of the S/Y Roxane include a 5 metre Jetdrive, a 2.4 metre inflatable tender with outboard engine, 4 metre sailing dinghy, waterskis and scuba equipment.