Vicem Yachts has launched the Vulcan 35m trideck, Julem I, the latest addition to its new composite construction line, and the follow up to the Vulcan 46m and the Vulcan 32m.

Vulcan Series yachts, constructed in Turkey, have long-range capabilities for ocean voyages with an ‘outstanding’ and durable low maintenance exterior. Like her sisterships, her exterior design is by Frank Mulder and she is both fast and light.

Julem I accommodates up to 12 guests and is certified for RINA Short Range Charter Class. The generous exterior spaces on the three decks are complemented by a beach-pad that drops-down from the stern garage, allowing guests to fully enjoy their rest and relaxation by the sea. 

With a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 1,600nm at 12 knots and 950nm at 16 knots cruising speed, the 35m trideck is a ‘versatile player’ for the superyacht segment. Her interiors, once again, are by Art Line design.

“We enjoyed designing this yacht very much. This yacht reflects the essence of yachting; a great climate, the warm sea, gentle reflections from the water through the windows and especially designed open outdoor spaces to give a sense of relaxation and welcoming,” commented Frank Pieterse and Marilyn de Vaal at Art-Line Interiors. 

“In order to create four suites, one VIP stateroom and two identical owners suites, we established an organic flow between the levels of the indoor and outdoor living spaces, thus generating a sense of space that belies the size of the yacht,” they said.

Vicem’s vision for the 35m trideck was to incorporate spaces and volumes found in much larger tri-deck motor yachts.  She has five staterooms, with the option of a six-cabin layout, including a full-beam master suite and two full-beam VIP staterooms. There is a captain’s cabin on the main deck and two double crew cabins with a lounge and galley in the crew area. Tenders are hidden in the foredeck and there is additional garage storage at the transom. 

The Vulcan Line yachts are built in a state-of-the-art facility in Antalya, Turkey. Composite materials, applied with resin and sandwich techniques, are chosen to achieve the best possible strength-to weight ratios.

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