SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design Hybrid

SARP XSR 85 - Red Yacht Design with Hybrid Propulsion

The SARP XSR 85 is one of three versions of a new motor yacht line with hybrid propulsion

This new line will be also available as 105 feet and 125 feet version. The SARP XSR 85 is based on the Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) by the Dutch naval architect studio Van Oossanen. The exterior and interior design were created by the Turkish studio Red Yacht Design. The hybrid propulsion allows also a full-electric mode.

SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design Hybrid
SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design
SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design

An eye-catching detail is the kind of oriel with full-height windows of the superstructure that makes it look like a glass house. Should be a great outside feeling in a climate controlled area.

On the lower deck are four cabins. A full beam master suite, a full beam VIP suite, one guest cabin with double bed and another guest cabin with twin beds. A crew of four persons is hosted at the bow area.

A pool can be found at the bow while the sun deck features a flybridge with seating area and a fixed bimini. At the aft on the main deck is another seating area and a fixed bathing platform.

SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design Hybrid
SARP XSR 85 Red Yacht Design Hybrid

XSR 85, XSR 125 and XSR 105 

Main Specifications

Length over all:25.70 m
Beam:6.42 m
Draft:1.85 m
Exterior Design:Red Yacht Design
Interior Design:Red Yacht Design
Naval ArchitectureVan Oossanen
Diesel Engines:2 x 1250 bhp
Electric Engines:2 x 70 kW
Top Speed:24 knots

Sarp Yacht 46m Exterior

Sarp Yacht 46m work in progress

Sarp Yacht from Antalya is a very young shipyard and is working on their kick-off project. A 46m motor yacht.

The 46m was designed by Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu (exterior) and Adam Lay (interior). The team conducted hull tests at the Ship Design and Research Centre Centrum Techniki Okrętowej (CTO) in Gdansk to create a yacht with low resistance and wave profile.

Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu comments:

[quote]"Her shape and size are carefully refined to stay just below the 500 gross ton mark. Steel was the obvious choice for a strong and reliable hull with ample tank capacity. However, we opted for epoxy composite to construct our curvy superstructure. By this way, we could save weight from superstructure and fairing compound. All these became a reality thanks to the diligence and experience of our yard manager Emre Sandan and his team."[/quote]

Adam Lay created the interior like a loft apartment with a touch of a mountain chalet. The materials are a combination of high-end natural timber and metal finishes.

Taking inspiration from natural materials and textures, open grained planked wooden floors, quality leathers and intricate metal detailing produce a distinguished colour palette of rich dark bronzes, silvers and grey stained ash veneer.

The theme is extended throughout the yacht. Large screens feature in the main saloon entrance with petrified patterned leaves set between sheets of clear glass. Wall finishes are a balance of wooden planks and pewter coloured slubbed silk wallpaper.
Customised to suit the décor in each cabin, satin nickel door and cabinet hardware adds a touch of refined sparkle to the calm and comfortable backdrop.

Honed stone tiles and flooring in the bathrooms compliment the fine Dornbracht tapware and accessories. Pebbles inlaid into the bathroom floor add further texture.

Well chosen furniture includes Minotti sofas, Glyn Peter Machin and Giorgetti chairs. Superior fabrics by Rubelli, Weitzner, Lelievre, Chase Erwin, Romo, Kravet and Armani Casa tie the interior together with highlights of bright colour, bold graphics and accents.

Intended to make a sophisticated statement with a strong visual impact, the outcome is a wonderful marriage of harmonious and clean lined design combined with subtle textures, tones and finishes that delight the senses.

Delivery scheduled for June 2015.

Main specifications

Length over all:46.00 m
Beam:9.00 m
Draft:2.40 m
Exterior Design:Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu
Naval ArchitectureTaka Yachts, Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu
Interior Design:Adam Lay
Engines:2 x 1000 bhp (746 bkW)
@1800 rpm Caterpillar C32 12 cyl. diesel engines
Max. Speed14.8 knots (@ 1.800 rpm)
Cruising Speed:12 knots (@ 1.400 rpm)
Range @ 12 knots:3.200 nm
Fuel Capacity:56.900 l
Guests:2 x twin, 2 x double cabins with shower
Crew4 x double bunks located with shower + 1 x double cabin located on upper deck (captain)