Nazenin V

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    Nazenin V, launched late 2009, is the largest aluminum sailing yacht built in Turkey. The 171-ft. blue-hulled yacht also commands a significant presence with its 200-ft.-tall mast and meticulous woodwork in the interior. The main salon is at the back of the boat, adjoining the cockpit, giving it more natural light and infinitely more social possilbilities. Nazenin V's interior from UK design firm Redman Whiteley Dixon gives the yacht a class British understatement. Models of yachts and boats, sextants, antique fishing rods, and porcelain pieces from Asia give it a more traditional feel than most modern sailing yachts. But the Turkish masterpiece has all the latest electronics, both for communications and entertainment. It's a milestone boat from the RMK shipyard.

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