The basic design idea was to create a sleek and sinuous yacht line without compromising interior spaces. The raised pilothouse configuration provides an excellent main deck space with a standard master cabin forward and a full-beam VIP guest suite below decks. And if navigated at a fin-stabilised speed of 12 knots, the 32m will achieve an impressive cruising range of 1,350 Nm.
In addition to four guest staterooms (making a total of five cabins), the 32m has two crew cabins (with access from the galley), all with ensuite heads. There is also space for the main tender to sit on the fly-bridge deck, with additional room for two personal watercraft in the transom garage.
Composite materials have been applied with resin and sandwich techniques to help maximise strength-to-weight ratios, while integral tank construction has also been introduced to improve internal space and accommodate more fuel for oceangoing trips at low speeds. With a fine entry for rough sea conditions, the new trio of yachts is also designed to be very fuel efficient at displacement speeds. Sebahattin Hafizoglu, Vicem Yachts Founder, said: “Vicem has entered the superyacht segment with serious ambitions and with no compromise to the highest quality building materials and technologies.”