KRC Yachting & Marti Yat Announces New Project: KRC-MRT100, Featuring Exterior by Italstyle.
KRC Yachting is the owner of this project and a leading yacht builder and renovation specialist, is excited to announce their latest project, the KRC-MRT100, featuring exterior design by Italstyle. The KRC-MRT100 is being constructed by naval engineer Mentoryat (www.mentoryat.com), and built by KRC Yachting (www.krcyachting.com) and Martiyat (www.martiyat.com)
The KRC-MRT100 is a stunning vessel with a length overall (LOA) of 30 meters and a beam of 7.50 meters. The yacht is powered by 2 x 650 Man engines, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 14 knots. With a gross tonnage of 285, the KRC-MRT100 is a spacious and luxurious yacht that is perfect for entertaining guests or embarking on long voyages.
The exterior design of the KRC-MRT100 was created by Italstyle, a renowned Italian design firm that has worked on some of the most iconic yachts in the world. The sleek and modern lines of the yacht are complemented by luxurious finishes and attention to detail. The yacht’s exterior features ample deck space for outdoor entertaining, including a spacious sun deck with a jacuzzi.
The KRC-MRT100 is being constructed by Mentoryat, a highly experienced naval engineering firm that specializes in yacht construction. The yacht is being built by KRC Yachting and Martiyat, two leading yacht builders with a reputation for excellence in craftsmanship and attention to detail.
“We are thrilled to announce the KRC-MRT100 project, which represents the best of Italian design, ” said a spokesperson for KRC Yachting. “We believe that the KRC-MRT100 will be a game-changer in the world of luxury yachting, and we are excited to bring this stunning yacht to our clients.”
The KRC-MRT100 is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in the near future. For more information about the KRC-MRT100 or to inquire about purchasing this extraordinary yacht, please visit & contact www.krcyachting.com or www.martiyat.com
The Turkish shipyard KRC Yachting has teamed up with the Italian design studio Italstyle Yacht Design for a new motor yacht concept series, the 42.5-metre KRCM 140 Series, Orca.
Orca features the popular wide aft deck that has become popular among explorer and support yachts over the past few years. Her aft deck is full beam with a spacious lounge and dining area amidships and a large sun pad to the aft and like many popular models, she also features hydraulic balconies that open out from each side to further widen the aft deck. Two sets of steps aft lead down to the swim platform which is wide enough to comfortably accommodate sun beds for relaxation right on the water’s edge.
The motor yacht has a stepped access to the upper deck from the port side and this private upper deck is home to a lounge and Jacuzzi area. Orca also features a flybridge with a helm station to the fore and a lounge area to the aft.
The yacht can accommodate as many as 11 guests between seven staterooms; with an owner’s suite, two VIP staterooms, and four additional guest cabins. She can also accommodate a crew of four within her 390 GT of interiors.
In terms of performance, she is powered by twin 900 horsepower MAN engines to a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11, and at 8 knots she has a range of more than 4,000 nautical miles.
Project 75MTV2 – The project was developed based on the input received from Turkish shipyard for a well experienced yacht owner.
The project was developed based on the input received from the yacht yard. A customer, an expert shipowner, has commissioned the construction of a new yacht, designed with Italian style.
The yacht with a maximum length of 75mt, built in steel with an aluminum superstructure, was designed by our team of designers to meet the needs of the client and at the same time as the yard ; a large yacht that must look slim and slender at same time.
We have developed sinuous lines that tend to descend from the bow to the stern. The chromaticdifference between hull and superstructure allows to obtain an even more slender design; Vertical but rounded bow, the overhanging and recessed elements of the surfaces create ribs that stiffen and structure the shapes, defining their docile but at the same time aggressive character.