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Alia Yachts’ Latest Superyacht Is Named Rüya

By Victor Baker


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Alia Yachts is a company well-known for launching high quality vessels on the high seas and the Turkish yacht builder doesn’t plan on disappointing us any time soon. Their latest release is a fully custom 41.30-meter superyacht called Rüya – which means ‘Dream’ in Turkish and doesn’t it just look that way?

This bold yachting statement was launched in Antalya, Turkey, with Rüya being a tri deck motor vessel representing a functional and timeless design, no matter the destination. Designer Sam Sorgiovanni is the man behind this lovely concept, which shows off stylish and well proportioned aesthetics, with performances to match.

Rüya is equally enjoyable as it is aesthetically pleasing including a fabulous 93-square-meter sundeck, a 10-person Jacuzzi, a full bar and a large family dining area as well. The bridge deck aft offers passengers the opportunity to enjoy a sunset dinner while enjoying sublime views – that sounds amazing, right?


The foredeck shows off a relaxing area, where guests can sip on a freshly made cocktail, served by Rüya’s dedicated crew. Things don’t look any different within the cabin spaces, where high-quality furnishings and fittings are more than capable of impressing any passenger.

A relaxed and tranquil tropical beach environment is the theme chosen by the designer for the interior decor of this beauty. As such, exotic woods, bamboo and other natural materials are all part of the design, with custom furnishings throughout the vessel – just another way of saying anything is possible, and doable, if you have the cash to back it up!

Alia Yachts’ Rüya will accommodate up to 10 guests, who are willing and able to unwind and enjoy a true yachting adventure. The vessel is more capable of a maximum speed of 14 knots, while the range of 4,116 nm is reachable at 10 knots.



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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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