Ukranian superyacht builder Fifth Ocean Yachts has announced that the owner of the recently launched pocket sized superyacht FOY 24 decided to sell it before taking delivery of the yacht, because he decided to build a new vessel with Fifth Ocean Yachts.
The FOY 24 is a twin engine displacement motor yacht with steel hull aluminum superstructure, two deck, designed with transatlantic capability by Dutch designer Ginton Naval Architects. The vessel is equipped with zero speed Naiad stabilizers, bow thrusters, hydraulic crane, tropicalize reverse cycle air‐ conditioning system, galley equipment Miele, smart house system with ipad/iphone control, teak decks etc.
The yacht is powered by twin Caterpillar C7 275 hp each, which will allow this 24 meters to reach the maximum speed of 11.5 knots and maintain a cruising speed of 7 knots, with a range of 4,100 miles.
Accommodation area consists of one master one VIP and two guest all with ensuite bathroom. In addition, 2 double cabins for 4 crew.
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