News: Project Only Now

November 23, 2011 by murielbast
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Rough but modest, sturdy but elegant. She’s a beautiful semi displacement motor yacht,
breathtaking by her simplicity. Her outstanding exterior is, without doubt, refreshing.
She’s been set up to cruise the world safe and comfortable. With her wooden hull and
superstructure Only Now is able to comfortably carve through the water with a
maximum speed of 22 knots. 3 Spacious cabins are offered to a total of 6 guests,
including the owners. The spacious owners cabin has a walk-in closet, his/hers
bathroom, a comfortable couch to relax and an entrance to the gym. The guest cabins
have separate bathrooms with shower, toilet and hand basin. A total of 3 crew members
will take care of the guests. The generous lounge areas on the main deck and the fly
bridge deck give stunning panoramic views. Riza Tansu and his shipyard are
responsible for the design and the high degree of quality. Diana Yacht Design takes care
of the complete naval architecture and ship engineering.

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