Moran Yachts has recently released new renderings of the 61 metre superyacht project Golden Age. She is currently being built by Dutch shipyard Hakvoort, and will mark the largest vessel to be built by the company to date. Both her exterior and interior design is by Sinot Yacht Design, whilst naval architecture, construction and engineering will be undertaken by Diana Yacht Design.
She will accommodate up to 14 guests over seven luxurious cabins and amongst the many features on board will be a dedicated owner’s deck above the main deck which will include his & hers bathrooms as well as a master study and bar with sky lounge. In addition, all of the remaining guests suites, including one VIP cabin, will be located on the main deck. This means that all guests on board will be able to enjoy spectacular ocean views from each of their cabins, also working to fill the space with natural light. Crew accommodation is located on the lower deck.
Other facilities on board include a dedicated massage room, a hammam and steam shower, an 8 metre swimming pool on the sundeck and the ability to launch two large tenders from both port and starboard.
Powered by 2 x CAT 3512C engines, she will have a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. She is scheduled for completion in 2015.
Moran Yacht & Ship have sold the project, and are supervising the construction.
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