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Sailing Yacht Sarafin is the first Oyster 100 Superyacht

By Adrian Prisca


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Released in September 2011, the beautiful Sarafin sailing yacht is the result of the collaboration between Oyster group, RMK Marine and Dubois Naval Architects.

The Sarafin is the first Oyster 100 superyacht and was built in accordance with Lloyds Classification at RMK, in Turkey. This acts like a guarantee for the vessel’s overall quality and comfort. Furthermore, this particular yacht doesn’t only mean comfort al all. Its performance is quite mind-boggling, with superb efficiency and high cruise-speed, all these adding to its high-end level of luxury.

The vessel features three aft staterooms and two crew cabins. In front, the main living area includes the galley, two crew cabins and the crew mess. There is also a six-cabin variant, with a forth double guest cabin and two crew cabins. It also comprises a separate dining area, a raised saloon that assures breathtaking views and a quite intimate lounge.

The boat is powered by a QSM11 diesel engine, its hull is made of aluminum and the beam measures roughly 25 feet (7.57 m). Everything done when building and designing it is in accordance with MCA requirements.

This beautiful 31m long yacht can be manned by a crew of 4 and can accommodate up to 8 guests. We hope the Mediterranean Sea is ready to accept it as well.


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