Despite being built two years after Rock, the owner has requested only a few changes to the original design. One such change is an innovative kite sail system that was retrospectively designed for, and fitted to, hull number one. “It’s a three-deck boat that looks like a two-deck boat in profile, and having a sleek aesthetic was one of our original requirements,” continues Ali Sayakci.
Characterised by an enticing interior design with textured fabrics and soft furnishings juxtaposed against maple wood finishes and angular three-dimensional shapes, the yacht’s inviting interior is akin to a contemporary loft apartment. Her high straight bow and low aft allow simultaneously for passage through rough seas and easy access to the water
Vripack designer Robin De Vries noted: “We added a lot of glass on board, with full-height windows that deliver uninterrupted views wherever you are on board. The dining area features one of the largest glass panels found on board a 26m yacht, providing panoramic vistas, while in the owner’s cabin a private terrace is complemented by a sweeping 180-degree view.” She also has three further guest cabins and a Jacuzzi on her sundeck to complete the package.