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News: 30.5M Project 'Nozomi' Nears Completion After Recent Sale

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  1. Alia Yachts Project 'Nozomi' Sold; Nearing Completion
    Alia Yachts in Turkey has a 30.50-meter luxury yacht under construction that will soon be completed. In fact, this yacht was recently sold and her new owner is now working out the final details concerning the finishing touches that will make their personal stamp on the build evident. This yacht has has a long but brief history at the same time. Construction actually began in 2014 but the yacht languished to find an owner apparently. Now a new owner has taken on the project and just has a couple of months work left on the yacht to see her to completion.
  2. The modern exterior is by Omega Architects and the interior is by Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD). At just over 100-feet long, this long-range cruiser has a surprising interior volume of 235 GT as arranged across three decks. Alia Yachts describes the interior as a palette of light oak and dark sycamore, with hand-cast bronze detailing. Five cabins are onboard for ten guests to use...four of them are on the lower deck. Two doubles and two twins will be for the owner's guests and they have a full-beam suite on the forward main deck. Crew lodging is provided for up to six members.
  3. Project Nozomi has been constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Her principle dimensions are a length of 30.50-meters, a beam of 7.40-meters and a draft of 2.10-meters. She is a displacement luxury yacht with great range for her size. 4,500 nautical miles is what you could potentially get out of this vessel on a fill-up. Delivery is penned for the end of Spring.

    For more information:

    Alia Yachts
    Serbest Bölge C Ada
    No. 15/16
    07070 Antalya, Turkey

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