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RMK MARINE TURKEY


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ounded originally on the banks of the Golden Horn, RMK Marine was established in Tuzla in 1997 as part


of the Koç Group, Turkey’s largest industrial and services conglomerate. Apart from commercial and naval ships, the facility is known for building world-class yachts such as Twilight, Caressa K, the S&S-designed 52m Nazenin V and the 45m Ron Holland-designed Karia. Refit, repair and restoration represent another segment of activity. By relying on its resources, dedicated workshops, skilled staff and project planning done through a complex ERP system, RMK Marine delivers on average 10 to 20 large refit projects every year. Among the most successful ones are those involving the 75m Meserret III, the 73m Planet Nine, the 45m Keyla and the 33m Vera IV. Currently, the shipyard is increasing its overall lifting capacity from 855 to 3,000 tons. In 2021 RMK Marine announced partnerships with Vripack and Hot Lab studios for the design of two exploring yachts, the RMK 120 Seven Seas and the 50m Aries, respectively. A Yacht Project (New Built Number 122) for a north American client has been signed and become effective. The ‘steel cutting’ ceremony of NB122 took place in RMK MARINE in December 2020 and as such it marks the start of the construction phase of the project. The 36,8 m yacht will be an ocean going explorer motor yacht emphasising strong construction yet luxurious and comfortable navigation. The Vripack designed steel and aluminium yacht will be engineered by RMK MARINE and with her 5 luxurious en-suite cabins, will allow her guests to enjoy seven seas of the world.


For more details Tel: +90 5495623559 or visit www.rmkyachts.com


ORAMS MARINE NEW ZEALAND


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rams Marine sets a new standard for superyacht refit in the South Pacific. A major new development in Orams Marine


is now in operation. It marks the completion of the first stage in the large-scale development, which has included a new 820 tonne travel lift, 85 tonne travel lift, expanded hardstand, and sustainable water treatment plant, all now in use. The central- Auckland yard is a full-service refit destination, which combines a central location, excellent facilities and quality on-site trades, with over 35 years’ experience. The high-quality work, by specialised on-site trades is overseen by experienced, dedicated project managers who bring a hands-on approach. They’ll be joined by crew services, further adding to the enjoyment and ease yachts experience while refitting in New Zealand. The new 820 tonne and 85 tonne travel lifts add to existing capabilities including a 75 tonne travel lift, 600 tonne slipway, ten 92 metre work berths, on-site tender storage, 50 metre covered shed, and over 60 marine trades on the 32,000 square metre site. Sitting in the heart of Auckland, it’s close to crew houses, gyms, and Auckland’s most-popular dining precinct in a safe, friendly neighbourhood. The marina can berth superyachts up to 90 metres. The adjacent Orams Marine Village Boat Park is Auckland City’s largest purpose built dry stack facility and is the easiest place to store and access a boat in Auckland.


For more details Tel: +64 9 308 4806 or visit www.orams.co.nz


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