Mengi Yay delivers Gisa
Previously known as project NB103, the 44m motor yacht has hit the water in Turkey…
Turkish shipyard Mengi Yay has delivered M/Y Gisa to its new owners. The 44m motor yacht set course for the Adriatic having left the shipbuilder’s base in Tuzla in June and is currently moored at the D-Marin Dalmacija Marina, Croatia.
Previously known as Project NB103, the steel-aluminium hulled yacht features naval architecture from Ginton Naval Architects, whilst its interior and exterior were designed by VYD Studio. The vessel’s structure is guaranteed under the RINA Unrestricted Navigation Class.
Gisa is powered by twin CAT C18 engines, giving it a range of 2,300 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots. With accommodation for 10 guests, Gisa features a master suite on the main deck and a VIP room on the lower deck, with space for two couples and two twin cabins.
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