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SERENITY II

Husky Turkish Yacht Features H2 Yacht Interior Design


Running profile
VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME SERENITY II
PREVIOUS NAME N/A
BEAM 8 (26′)
DRAFT 2.47 (8′)
LENGTH 40.05 (131′)
CRUISING SPEED 12
BUILT 2010
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Mengi-Yay Shipyard
CREW 7
GUESTS 12
STATE ROOMS 6
DESTINATIONS
  • Greece - Turkey
  • PRICE FROM €70,000 / Per Week
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    The 40 meter motor yacht SERENITY II cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean during the summer charter season. Built in Turkey by the Mengi Yay Shipyard, motor yacht SERENITY II features exterior design by Endaze Mühendislik, and the interior craftsmanship of H2 Yacht Design. This vivacious full-displacement superyacht makes a powerful presence.

    Built in Istanbul, Turkey, Mengi Yay motor yacht SERENITY II was completed by a company with a long history and tradition in the construction of yachts. Formed in 1976, the company has completed more than 80 yachts of various sizes.

    This solid-looking superyacht is built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Her twin Caterpillar C32 engines, allows her to reach a cruising speed of 12 knots, with a maximum speed of 15 knots.

    The stylish interior by H2 Yacht Design was based on the owner’s request for a, “…contemporary feel but not too minimal and modern either. The yacht was to be a floating holiday home, which should also be smart and impressive enough to hold the inevitable business functions.”

    The vessel accommodates 12 guests in six guest cabins. All cabins include ensuite bathrooms, mini bars, sofas, intercom, SAT phone and entertainment systems. With a bold combination of anigre, wenge and teak woods, the interior offers a variety of styles and finish, with each cabin slightly different in overall feel to the next. Furthermore, marble floors line the corridors as well as the bathrooms – adding another dimension to the elegant feel of the vessel.

    The chef’s culinary specialties are described as “Middleterranean,” a blend of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean delights.