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Tansu to launch 35m Mission Class CV115 in summer 2019

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Laura Nicholls

Preparations are well underway at the Tansu shipyard for the launch of the 34.86-metre Mission Class CV115 yacht, scheduled for the summer. The new superyacht benefits from the naval architecture skills by Diana Yacht Design and exterior and interior designs by Tansu Yachts. 

Tansu CV115 yacht exterior designPhoto: TansuThe steel hull and aluminium superstructure features a 65 square metre open deck suitable for an 8-metre tender, crew tender, toys including a motocross bike in her lazarette and twin 2,500-ton deck Hydromar cranes. Tansu CV115 yacht exterior designPhoto: TansuThe  Mission Class CV115 can accommodate up to eight guests across four guest cabins, including an upper-deck owner’s suite with panoramic views forward of the wheelhouse. Guests can enjoy the large saloon seating and dining area and semi-professional galley designed in collaboration with Marrone, which is situated alongside the crew mess at the front of the boat.

Tansu CV115 yacht exterior designPhoto: TansuA crew of five can manage the RINA pleasure class superyacht and power her up to a top speed of 15 knots with the help of her twin CAT C18 Acert diesel engines. Tansu CV115 yacht interior designPhoto: Tansu

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