July 2, 2022

Project: Vicem 93 Cruiser

Turkish shipyard Vicem Yachts has signed a contract for a 28 meter cold-molded superyacht 93 Cruiser for an Australian owner. Although the builder’s more recent launches have ranged in size between thirteen to twenty meters in size, the delivery of the Vicem 82 in January this year, alongside the growing popularity of its bigger superyacht models, has returned a trend back towards the shipyard’s well-known larger vessels. It is important to note that Vicem has in the past delivered super yachts up to 46 meters in length in its Mulder designed Vulcan series build of fiberglass. This new Vicem 93 Cruiser project is more in line with traditional yacht styling associated from the Turkish builder, and is making its way in Australia. The Vicem 93 Cruiser will offer an accommodation for twelve guests accommodated across four generous staterooms, and is designed with onboard comfort as her top priority, boasting high ceilings and large windows throughout and an airy and open design. Furthermore, alongside her numerous sunbathing and relaxation areas which can be enjoyed by guests, her flush deck is specially designed to boost ease of movement on board, with no steps found on the main or lower levels. Standout features on the Vicem 93 Cruiser include her large cockpit, equipped with sofa, table and ample space for twelve guests, as well as her generous flybridge which boasts its own Jacuzzi. Once again, accessibility is key for those on board, with easy access to the flybridge offered from both the saloon and cockpit. For those keen to make the most of their time on the water, a five-metre dinghy can be fitted on either the swim platform or the flybridge. The crew is also well-looked after by the Vicem 93 Cruiser and benefits from a well-equipped and large crew area, as well as being able to enjoy phenomenal ocean views from the helm. The Vicem 93 Cruiser packs a lot into her 28 metres, with ample storage space offered in the transom area and numerous additional storage spaces found throughout the vessel. Construction on the mold for the AMSA certificate compliant vessel has begun, with delivery expected in April 2023.

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