Tansu Yachts to build 34.6m Mission Class superyacht CV114

Tansu Yachts has announced the signing of a new-build contract to take place at its Istanbul shipyard. The 34.6m Tansu Mission Class yacht is to be built under the codename CV114, and should be ready for delivery in 2019.

The new yacht is designed to suit her owners’ specific requirements, by incorporating a very large boat deck to accommodate an 8m Rupert Marine R8 tender alongside a fleet of other toys and equipment. She will also showcase a master stateroom on the upper deck, and a loft-style open salon featuring a transparent staircase.

In keeping with previous Tansu yacht projects, CV114 will be built alongside naval architect Diana Yacht Design, with Tansu Yachts providing it’s characteristic exterior and interior design.

The superyacht will have a cruising speed of 10 knots, with a top speed of 16 knots, and will have a range of 3,000 nm.

For more information, visit Tansu Yachts.


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