RMK Marine – the Istanbul-based builder of custom sail and power yachts from 30 metres upwards in composites, steel and aluminium – has developed a new range of concepts, spanning 57 to 76 metres in length, and is looking forward to fully disclosing them on the occasion of the Monaco Yacht Show, to be held between September 23-26.
RMK Marine and Hot Lab Yachts & Design Studio, the Italian design firm, is proud to announce that M/Y Keyla, 45 metres superyacht refitted and rebuilt at RMK Marine and interior designed by Hot Lab – Yacht&Design studio in Milan (Italy) have won the 2014 World Superyacht Awards for the rebuild superyacht category - held in Amsterdam on 3rd of May,2014
Karia, the latest Motor Yacht design concept from Ron Holland Design, MCA 500GT has been granted the distinct honour of being ed as a finalist in her category for the World Superyacht Awards, the prize giving for which will be held in the spectacular setting of the Ciragem Palace, Istanbul on 5 May 2012.
The 45m motoryacht Karia and the Oyster 100 Sarafin built at RMK Marine have both been shortlisted as finalists from the large number of nominations in the very competitive World Superyacht Awards which are due to be held in Istanbul in May this year.
What ever the structural material RMK Marine can offer great quality and service, from Aluminium such as used for Nazenin V to Steel & Aluminium for the RMK 4500. The recent successful launch of the first Oyster 100 confirms that RMK Marine can now also offer clients one off or series composite build up to around 50m using some of the most advanced techniques in the world.
RMK Marine has announced that RMK4500, the 45m Ron Holland designed motor yacht that is in build at their yard is for sale ready for the 2012 season. The yacht which is nearing completion offers clients uncompromising quality and exceptional value. The RMK 4500 has been built within the critical MCA 500GRT Limit and its layout allows for a capacity of 12 guests and 11 crew either for a private owner or high-end charter market.