Following a very successful completion in July last year, RMK Marine will be exhibiting Nazenin V at the Monaco Yacht Show 22 – 25 September 2010 for the first time. RMK Marine will be showing the award winning 52m ketch Nazenin V designed by Sparkman & Stephens with a stunning interior by Redman, Whiteley, Dixon Ltd.
Nazenin V already has one award to her name and has been nominated for several prestigious awards in the Superyacht industry.
The award nominations are a true reflection of RMK Marine’s capabilities which are clearly displayed with the fine range of previous builds as well as several currently in production. There are 3 Oyster Superyachts by Dubois currently in build, two Oyster 100’s and an Oyster 125 the first of which is to be launched later this year. At RMK Marine there is also a 45m classic explorer style yacht designed by Ron Holland, this has reached the internal fit stage with an elegant interior by Design Unlimited.
Since Nazenin V Sparkman & Stephens have gone on to design a larger 56m sibling. The 56m maintains the classic, timeless lines of the hull and superstructure so elegantly constructed on Nazenin V. Slightly more rake in her transom and increased curvature in the bow profile differentiate her above the waterline. She will maintain similar hull lines and ship a modern spade rudder; both of which proved very effective following the launch and successful season on Nazenin V. The increased hull dimensions and desire to carry more sail, coupled with the need to maintain a reasonable draft, have necessitated the utilisation of a daggerboard to maintain upwind sailing performance.
Below decks S&S has designed a layout that will accommodate eight guests in four staterooms, all with en-suite facilities, including a fitness room, plus the owner’s suite aft.