Esenyacht's largest project to date, the 47 metre superyacht Troy is on track for a launch later this year. The yard tells us the engine compartment, housing the single Caterpillar C32 1000hp engine, is very close to completion now.
Project Manager Serkan Kologlu had a template made of the engine exhaust riser to ensure that it would fit with ample space for the yacht’s engineer to have access to all of the equipment.
The Turkish shipyard is also working on the staircase leading to the lower aft deck, to ensure that the staircase to the sun deck is comfortable, yet not too big.
Troy benefits from a generously proportioned aft deck with a jacuzzi and direct access to the owner’s stateroom, and has steps leading down to a cosy sheltered lower aft deck.
With exterior styling and interior design by Tim Saunders working in conjunction with Esenyacht’s own design team, Troy will have accommodation for 12 guests and nine crew members. The spaces below decks will feature long flowing lines that reflect her role as a performance sailing yacht designed for competitive regatta racing as well as luxury cruising.
The yacht's interior will feature materials such as marble from Esenyacht’s own quarry in central Anatolia and fine leathers sourced from suppliers to some of the top Italian luxury brands.
Esenyacht have also entered into an agreement with the renowned Italian artist Lucio Bubacco to supply a truly magnificent glass sculpture that shall find a suitable and worthy home in the main salon of Troy.