First look on-board the Vicem Le Caprice V

Written by Maarten Janssen

Vicem has released the first images taken onboard the first Vicem Vulcan 46 Le Caprice V.The 46 metre semi-displacement is powered by twin MTU engines and achieves a top speed of 25 knots, while still maintaining high-efficiency and long range capability of 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

TheVulcan 46 was designed by Dutch designers Mulder Design with a modern interior by design firm Art Line Interiors. She will accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 luxurious guest cabins.

We want a reputation as a builder of light, beautiful and fast hulls” says Sebahattin Hafizoglu, Vicem Yachts Founder – Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Vicem is entering the super-yacht segment with serious ambitions and with no compromise/highest quality building materials and technologies that compare favorably to Northern Europe Shipyards.”

The 46-metre super-yacht has involved Dutch naval architect Frank Mulder and noted interior design firm Art-Line Interiors. “On a boat this size, with such high expectations of performance, the choice of the ‘right’ naval architect was an important one. No one has the renowned expertise of Frank Mulder,” says Hafizoglu. "Vicem is so pleased with Mulder’s work that we are also building a 32-metre and a 35-metre to his designs.”

SYT will feature Caprice V as a Superyacht of the Week in May.

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