The Turkish yard CMB Yachts has launched the third hull of its 46.5-metre motor yacht Liquid Sky, previously known as Project Miracle, at its facilities in Antalya on August 24th. The yacht was sold by Joan Plana at World Yacht Group with Juan Morillo of United Yacht Sales representing the buyer.
Liquid Sky was built from a GRP hull and superstructure to RINA standards. Featuring MCA compliant exterior, the motor yacht weights 495 GT. She features exterior design by Espen Øino and her interior styling was developed by Beril Başaran of Artebel Design Studio.
With her curvaceous superstructure, Liquid Sky offers plenty of space space to relax, rewind and explore the waters thanks to a generous beach club, a 28-metre long sun deck and transforming sky lounge which combines the yacht’s balconies into the space.
Liquid Sky can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests across five staterooms, including the owner’s suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins. Her crew quarters provide space enough for a staff of nine people.
The yacht is powered by a pair of 1,450hp CAT C32 engines, allowing for a top speed of 15 knots and a maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles when cruising at ten knots. Onboard Liquid Sky one can cruise in total comfort thanks to four fin stabilisers for zero-speed tranquillity.
Cüneyt Okçu, shipyard manager and projects coordinator at CMB Yachts, hinted at additional launches in 2018, adding: “In line with our strategies, we will continue to work on projects, such as Liquid Sky, that will create excitement in the sector in future years.”
Liquid Sky will undergo sea trials before her public debut in Bodrum next month. She will then cross the Atlantic to attend the 2017 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in November. The yacht is available for charter already through World Yacht Group, her owner.