Sarp Yachts’ La Passion Is Just Pure Passion on Waves
Turkish shipyard Sarp Yachts has planned to take over the world with this gorgeous 46-meter vessel called La Passion, and judging by the looks of things, they’ve done a brilliant job. Actually, if this is their first entry in the superyacht world, we have to wonder what will we get to enjoy next?
This shipyard’s approach to yacht building seems to have inspired the vessel’s name, or vice-versa, but either way, it seems to work out. A mix of international and top local designers and engineers were involved in this project, and it was a distinct effort to balance out the sleek exterior looks with the elegant interiors of this yacht.
La Passion was actually built to the strictest of standards in compliance with the Cayman Islands’ LY3 code, featuring a curvy superstructure which benefits from glass fiber composites, while a sturdy steel hull was developed by the team at Taka Yachts.
The superyacht comes with a tri-deck setup, along with a stretching forward overhang on the bridge deck which turns into a spacious sundeck. A retractable canopy allows guests to choose between different shaded areas and sun lit corners, while an eye-catching bright turquoise bar area adds to the overall appeal.
British design house Adam Lay Studio designed the interior decorations to match La Passion’s stylish exteriors, with subtle touches of sophistication. The comfortable and relaxing environment that resulted benefits from ocean-colored accents, along with shades of greens, turquoise and tropical blues, with natural oak, innovative LED lighting and many lacquered surfaces throughout.
A conventional five cabin layout has been decided for the vessel, with La Passion’s master suite taking up the prime spot forward on the main deck. Large windows, textured fabrics and bespoke art pieces, along with La Passion’s beach club should easily get you interested in this superyacht. All these features could be experienced while the yacht’s twin 1000 hp engines enable it to reach a top speed of 15 knots and sail across the oceans up to 3,200 nautical miles.