EUPHORIA was designed by Ken Freivokh and built by Mayra Yachts according to RINA classification standards and compatible with MCA.
Delivered in September 2015 she has always been under Yard's attention and ready for delivery.
With a Gross Tonnage of 495 she also has an impressing range of 4.500 nm at 13 knots speed.
LOA: 164’00” (49.99m)
LWL: 157’09” (48.08m)
Beam Overall: 28’00” (8.53m)
Draft (Half Load): 8’02” (2.50m)
Draft (Full Load): 8’10” (2.70m)
Hull Material: Steel
Flag: Cayman Islands
Classification: RINA Classification: C + Hull and Machinery, Yacht, Unrestricted Service, EFP, DMS, + Green Star, MCA
Main Engines: 2 x CAT C32 ACERT 1193 bkW (1600 bhp) AT 2300 rpm
Max Speed: 16 Knots
Cruising Speed: 13 Knots
Stabilizers: Trac Zero Speed
Displacement (Light Ship): 395 Tonnes
Displacement (Fully Loaded): 480 Tonnes
Gross Tonnage: 495 GT
Guest Accommodations: 12 guests in 5 staterooms, 7 guest heads
Crew Accommodation: 9 crew in 4 cabins + double Captain’s cabin, 5 crew heads
uphoria was launched in the heat of the summer of 2016 as Turkish yacht builder, Mayra Yachts’ first completed superyacht. Headed by the Prince Group, the shipyard was cutting no corners with their flagship model that is to put them firmly on the superyacht map, and drafted designer Ken Freivokh for the design of what became known as the Prince 50 project. Named Euphoria, her curvaceous exterior is but the tip of the elaborate and trendy design that was inspired by the growing possibilities offered by the advancements in glass technology. A sensory delight awaits!
Perhaps it is the lack of straight lines visible in her exterior profile, or that grand swept arch that flows down onto the main deck, but Euphoria gives off a sense of excitement and dynamism that is so often lacking in yachts of this size. Her impressive volume just shy of 500 GT is evident in the strong and defined exterior lines picked up by her high freeboard and generous beam. No matter the viewing angle, the eye is engaged by various design elements that captivate and leaves it curious for more.
Making these curves and accentuating lines come to life in steel and aluminium is not easy and Mayra Yachts had to rely on the skills of every artist in its workforce to expertly craft and construct not only a seagoing vesselbut a floating piece of art. Over three years of hard work has paid off, and today Mayra Yachts has a new brand ambassador that will turn heads wherever she goes.
The onboard experience starts on sundeck where guests can enjoy a pre-breakfast workout in the dedicated gym space that is hidden inside the curved mast structure. The remainder of the deck is dedicated to sunbathing and afternoon dips in the forward Jacuzzi.
Main deck aft was designed to host large groups of guests and comes complete with a BBQ, full service area for the crew and dedicated bar, all set under elaborately-designed deckhead panels. The mooring stations and technical areas associated with this part of a yacht is neatly concealed beneath covers that are integrated into the bulwarks, making this a truly guest-friendly area.
On the inside, Ken Freivokh Design experimented with a retro style that was made possible by the sheer amount of natural light throughout the interior and the use of space enhancing LED lighting without having spaces feel cramped. Strong materials such as metal and glass are paired with softer carpets and leather to create a visual and physical experience.
A corridor on the starboard side leads through to the master suite and it is when one enters the master office that you first get a sense of the scale of the pieces of glass used on board. The custom-made glazed panels curve with the hull and lets in light that bounces off the lacquered surfaces that clad the suite.
Two dramatic decorative arches on either side of the master bed connect the sleeping quarters with the en suite bathroom. A central glass bath tub and two oversized basins set on top of a polished grey Empredor marble and black granite floor continue the wow effect.
The atrium on the starboard side is in line with what seems like a single piece of glazing from the outside. From main deck, this bright stairwell connects the wheelhouse above to the lower guest cabins below.These cabins are finished in the same simplistic fashion as the interior above deck. Stainless steel inserts catch the light around the cabins and create a unique mood depending on the time of day.
he galley on main deck is certainly worth a visit. Located on the centreline of the ship, it not only increases comfort when at sea, but provides guest with a snack area on the port side with either a view to the sea outside or the option to enjoy the culinary scenes unfolding inside the galley through a large viewing window.
In terms of technical abilities, Euphoria’s naval architecture was developed by Naval Yachts. Fitted with twin CAT C32 engines, she can reach a top speed of 16 knots and offers an impressive cruising range of 4,500 nm.
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