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News: Alia Yachts Launch 36M "Phi Phantom"

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  1. 36-meter "Phi Phantom" Launches At Alia Yachts
    Turkish builder Alia Yachts have launched their latest creation. The 36-meter yacht is called "Phi Phantom" which has been under construction for an experienced owner. This vessel will serve as a shadow and support vessel to superyacht "Phi" -currently under construction at Royal Huisman-. The colours Phi Phantom is finished in also gives some insight into how the mother ship will be finished. The exterior design of Phi Phantom is actually by Cor d Rover while the Naval Architecture is by Van Oossanen.
  2. A pair of CAT C32 diesels are onboard to power this shadow support vessel to a top-end of 21-knots. To extend her range she can cruise easily at 12-knots and sail for 4,200 nautical miles which gives her ample flexibility to keep up with her future mothership. Phi Phantom will be carrying the majority of Phi's tenders and toys on her 150 square meter aft deck. This capability is directly supported by a 5.5 tonne capacity crane. Phi has been designed to carry any tenders other than a rescue boat which is why Phi Phantom was developed from the start and not as an after thought.
  3. "The owner of Phi Phantom is really detail-oriented, and has been very involved with every element of the build. He trusted us to deliver on a demanding brief, which we have certainly matched and, I hope, surpassed his expectations for this unique support vessel, said Gökhan Çelik, President of Alia Yachts. Her crew will have 199 GT of volume onboard to work with. Phi Phantom is now being prepared for sea trials and subsequent delivery to her owner in June.

    For more information:

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

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