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Summer215,000 €
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Summer24,000 €
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Summer49,000 €


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Under the management of Yacht Marine Ltd, with naval architecture and design by Ginton Naval Architects and interior design by Guido de Groot Design, the construction of the 40m sloop Extreme has commenced at the Turkish shipyard Mengi Yay in Tuzla. At the time of writing, the hull structure is nearly completed and the aluminium superstructure is well underway. The hull of the vessel is being built from steel with an aluminium superstructure and it will be built to RINA commercial classification.

  The aft deck offers seating for 12 people and it’s the perfect area to host a dinner party for many friends. It offers a wide view over the marina or the sunset. The exterior furniture is made of dark lacquered woods and lacquered teak. Due to its luxurious finishing and trimming it feels as an extension of the interior spaces. Another element that enhances this feeling is the dark lacquered furniture contrasting with the soft white fabric upholstering.
The exterior area and interior area merge seamlessly. The main salon offers various seating and a formal dining area. The combination of the light oak, the dark lacquered oak, small mirrors, stained floors with white holly and the leather detailing create a carefully composed space. The staircase in the middle of the salon is a beautifully designed eye catcher and a focal point in the design. It divides the dining and main salon from the fitness room. The staircase is nicely lit and gives a great transition to the guest area.
  Three of the four guest cabins have double beds; the fourth cabin has two single beds. The cabins and bathrooms are finished in the same material selection and they have the same attention to detail as the owners’ cabins. The style in the guest rooms is consistent throughout all rooms. The sophisticated combination of brushed oak and aniline leather is simple but refined. The indirect light in the ceiling and in the pockets is beautifully reflected by the dark lacquered woods.