Tansu Yachts, the Turkish shipyard, has launched hull number six of its Mothership series. Project Cutlass, as the vessel was known, is 39.3m semi-displacement motoryacht and has recently christened Sexy Fish. The Mothership series also includes 36.4m Nomade.
Sexy Fish features exterior and interior design completed by Tansu's in house design team and naval architecture and engineering by the Dutch design studio Diana Yacht Design. The first sea trials have been completed and the shipyard considers the project to be performing beyond expectations.
Equipped with 2 Caterpillar C32 1450 BHP engines, Sexy Fish has a range of 3,500 nautical miles when cruising at a speed of 12.5 knots. It has been constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and has Rina classification.
M/Y Sexy Fish
M/Y Sexy Fish
Sexy Fish was sold to a couple earlier this year and is due to be on display at the 26th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show.
According to Superyacht Intelligence, Tansu Yachts is performing well in comparison to its 2015 order book: 2016 seems set to be a very busy year for Tansu Yachts with 5 projects in build.
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