Fraser has revealed photographs of the largest yacht ever to emerge from Turkey.
Elements has been shrouded in complete secrecy during her build and launch. ©Fraser
Elements' interiors have been designed by Cristiano Gatto ©Fraser.
Her interiors are decorated in an elegant art-deco style ©Fraser.
On board she accommodates up to 24 guests and 19 crew ©Fraser.
Built by Yachtley at its shipyard facility in Kocaeli in what was almost complete secrecy, and launched just as quietly in July 2017, the 80m superyacht named Elements is in fact the largest yacht of her kind, due to her spacious interior volumes.
At 2,950GT she is the biggest she could possibly be within the 3,000GT restriction. As such, she has been designed by Yachtley and Alpha Marine to SOLAS’ requirements to carry up to 24 guests; this gives her the ability to carry twice as many guests as other yachts in her size range, making her the ideal charter yacht.
Interior designer, Cristiano Gatto, created Elements’ interior spaces with an art-deco oriental theme, enhanced with gold, ebony, ivory and precious stone materials and high-gloss surfaces for an elegant and sophisticated finish.
She has a grand spiral staircase that connects her four decks, which house her nine guest cabins, a VIP stateroom and private owner’s suite set forward on the upper deck. The suite overlooks the yacht’s foredeck, which houses a private helicopter and large swimming pool with outstanding views out.
There is also room for a crew of up to 19 on board.
As well as impressive design inside and out, Elements offers notable cruising capabilities, with two MTU engines allowing her to cover a distance of 4,700nm at her top speed of 18.4 knots. At 13 knots she can cover 10,000nm without stopping to refuel.
Elements is currently available for sale through Fraser by broker Vassillis Fotilas.