Turkish shipyard, Tansu Yachts, is currently working on the construction of the all-new 39,3-metre motor yacht Project Cutlass. Featuring exterior and interior design by the yard’s in-house team, superyacht Cutlass bears naval architecture and engineering by Diana Yacht Design and Endaze Marine Engineering. Scheduled for launch in late autumn 2014, she belongs to the same range as the award-winning 36,4m luxury yacht Bartender (ex Nomade).
Once completed, Tansu superyacht Project Cutlass will comfortably sleep up to 10 guests in 5 cabins, including a generous owner’s suite, situated fore of the main deck and fitted with his/hers bathroom, two wardrobes and a desk. In addition, there will be two double guest cabins and two twin guest cabins, along with accommodation for the vessel’s crew in 3 double crew cabins, positioned on the cabin deck, all with private shower and toilet.