Flagship in new splendour
RMK Marine refitted "Nazenin V": The 52 metre long ketch was given an elaborate makeover in Tuzla and now appears fresh again.
Ten years ago, RMK Marine from Tuzla delivered the 52-metre long ketch "Nazenin V" to its proud and experienced owner. In September 2018, the yacht returned to its place of origin and underwent an elaborate refit that RMK Marine completed just in time for this year's summer season - in mid-June, the Sparkman & Stephens design left the shipyard for the Aegean Sea.
Since RMK Marine has been servicing "Nazenin V" since its construction, the work went off without a hitch. Among other things, the super yacht was repainted and the complete rig was dismantled and partially replaced. The crew checked all deck equipment as well as doors, hatches and gangways and upgraded the electrical and hydraulic systems.
Inside, RMK Marine's refit team painted all the surfaces and covered the furniture with new fabrics, giving the interior a finish that looks like it had been freshly carpentered. The project was managed by Tony Dixon, whose Redman Whiteley Dixon office had designed the original interior. To keep up with the latest technology, RMK Marine also installed an entertainment system from Crestron Solutions and overhauled all components in the engine room, including the Caterpillar main engine and generators.
In total, RMK Marine needed only 250 days or 52,000 hours for the complete overhaul of "Nazenin V", which with its length of 52 meters is the current flagship of RMK Marine. In addition to a voluminous saloon and a dining room with 270 degree view, the yacht has a total of five cabins, one of which is normally furnished as a private TV lounge, but can be converted very quickly. A spacious flybridge invites for sunbathing or Al-Fresco entertainment.
Technical data "Nazenin V":
Mast & Boom:
Ocean Yacht Systems
Sparkman & Stephens
Redman Whiteley Dixon