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Feature: RMK 37M "Seven Seas" In Build

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  1. 37-meter RMK Yacht "Seven Seas" In Build
    RMK Marine is presently building a 37-meter pocket explorer yacht for a client. It is expected to be called "Seven Seas" when completed. It showcases a design by Vripack who kindly released more information and photos on the new build. The owner wanted a big-ship feel and to pack many features that you perhaps would find on a vessel larger than 37-meters. As is typical for RMK builds, they are geared towards long-range cruising and exploring off the beaten track. Therefore her construction is being fashioned from steel.
  2. Seven Seas has a four-deck layout which not only affords a lot of room for the owner and guests but also allows for the stowage of up to two 7.5-meter tenders on the aft uppermost deck. A substantial crane on the port side is there to facilitated deployment and recovery of the tenders. Forward of this space is where you find some nice amenities oriented for guest use.
  3. The upper deck is protected by a proper hardtop which naturally supports the mast structure above. It is the area below the hard top that is the lure for guests. You can find the yacht's jacuzzi here placed along the centerline and up front to provide some of the best views on the yacht. To the sides sunpads exist with lounger configuration built-in. Just aft of the jacuzzi guests will be pleased with the bar to port and the small al-fresco table set-up.
  4. The aft deck is also another guest oriented space where those onboard can enjoy perfect times relaxing on the hook in a secluded bay or have sundowners while socializing with family or friends. The area is symmetrical and mirrored in layout where on either side of the centerline built-in settees and accompanying tables anchor the space. Soft under ankle-level LED lighting adds indirect lighting to the space but also some sophistication.
  5. Seven Seas five (5) cabins are located between the main deck and the lower deck. The master is situated in the forward main deck while the guest suites are on the lower deck. The master benefits from the square-footage a full-beam space permits but the sense of additional spaciousness is also aided by over-sized windows on either side of the room. All the rooms appear to follow a theme underpinned by blue tones, beachy wood feel and a white finishes to 'purify' the space.
  6. The yacht is presently under construction at RMK's facilities in Turkey after formally commencing build with steel-cutting in December of 2020. The build number is RMK122 and is being constructed for a North American client. In the next few years we will see Seven Seas sailing the seven seas ready and capable to surmount what comes her way.

    For more information:

    RMK Marine
    Gemi Yapim Sanayii
    No:12 34944 Tuzla/ Istanbul

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