Turkish builder, Alia Yachts, unveiled its fully custom 135-foot (41.30-meter) superyacht, Rüya, designed by Sorgiovanni Designs.
The name of the vessel means “Dream” in Turkish, which is actually quite an appropriate description for it as well.
Designed by Alia Yachts, the fully custom superyacht can be built in the owner’s material of choice: steel, aluminum or advanced-composites fiberglass (GRP). Rüya, just delivered to her new owner, is GRP.
Rüya boasts a 1001- square- foot (93 square meter) sundeck with a 10- person Jacuzzi, full bar and large family dining area on the top-most deck. The bridge deck aft has a dining area and another relaxed lounge area can be found on the foredeck. On the lower deck is beach deck with a large hydraulically operated submergible staircase, which also doubles as the quay-side passarelle when moored stern-to.
For the interiors, things were kept casual and tasteful, with slight tropical influences, such as bamboo and other tropical materials. For extra uniqueness, the yacht was fitted with a variety of custom furnishings, as well as other state-of-the-art amenities. There is an astonishing master suite for the owners, while ten extra guests can be comfortably accommodated in the lower deck cabins.
an Oossanen Naval Architects developed the engineering and below-waterline specifications of the vessel. Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines, Rüya is capable of a maximum speed of 14 knots with a range of 4,116 nm while cruising at 10 knots.