TM YACHTING is delighted to announce the sell of 35-meters aluminum motor yacht M/Y SEARAZ.
Originally built by Amels and Porsius shipyard, to naval architecture by German Gerhard Gilgenast, motor yacht “Alcor” (now known as motor yacht “Searaz”) has prepared for her second refit since her launch in 1988. Joachim Kinder has been involved in her design since the very beginning, creating some of the yacht’s original exterior styling, such as the arch and the flybridge layout, including the pilot stand.
In 2004-2005 Alcor has been renamed to yacht Jimora, and underwent her first refit at the Lamda shipyard in Piraeus, Greece. For this refit “J. Kinder Designs” have created an extension in the aft section incorporating a closed fly-bridge area. In addition, new freestanding cantilever staircases were created leading from the main deck to the sun deck, as well as some new deck arrangement. As per the interior refit of the yacht, additional crew accommodation has been added to the aft, incorporating separation of female and male member areas. Finally, some decor modifications have been applied.
In 2010-2011, after Jimora was sold and became superyacht SEARAZ, Joachim Kinder was asked to plan her second refit. At that refit, there became an extension to the aft sun-deck and the integration of the tender stowage. The fly-bridge house has also been redesigned, incorporating a gymnasium and some additional changes to the deck arrangement. In addition, the entire interior of the motor yacht Searaz has been refurbished, whilst maintaining the original layout and furniture style.
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