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News: Sarp Yachts Building Two XSR 85 Yachts

Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Launches' started by Yacht News, Apr 5, 2021.

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  1. Sarp Yachts Working On Two 24-meter XSR-LineYachts
    Two 24-meter yachts are presently under construction at the same time at Sarp Yachts in Turkey. The 24-meter vessels being built are slightly apart in terms of construction stages but both are expected to be completed this year. The first Sarp XSR 85 is more than 3/4 way completed and has very bold orange hull while the other hull is a bit further behind in status and features a blue hull. Either way, both vessels are designed externally by Red Yacht Design. The interior of the first vessel is by Red Yacht Design but on the second hull the interior is by Art Line.
  2. Despite being 23.95-meters overall according to the yard the vessels are still suggested as XRS 85. At 23.95 this puts their overall length at 79-feet. The construction has been made in composite materials for both the hull and superstructure and built to CE Classification. 6.40-meters is the overall beam while the draft is 1.60-meters. At half load the XSR 85 is anticipated to displace 125 tonnes with an internal volume of 80 GT. There are four cabins onboard each with its own ensuite bathroom. A full-beam master suite, a full-beam VIP suite and two twins are the cabins for guests onboard. Up to four crew can be slept onboard.
  3. Propulsion as standard appears to be provided by 2 x 1000 bhp MAN or equivalent power. With 8,145 LT of fuel onboard the top speed is anticipated to be 25-knots with a cruising speed range of 1,150 nautical miles. The first hull however, is fitted with a pair of MAN i6-800 diesel engines with should permit a top end of 21-knots and 1,000 nautical mile range.

    For more information:

    Sarp Yachts
    Antalya Free Trade Zone 4 Sokak No:9

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