Motor Yachts typically have one or two internal combustion engines that burn diesel fuel or gasoline. Depending on engine size, fuel costs may make motor yachts more expensive to operate than sailing yachts.


The shape of a motor yacht’s hull may be based on displacement, planing, or in between. Although monohulls have long been the standard in motor yachts, multihulls are gaining in popularity.


Yacht travel depends on suitable weather conditions, and this requires the yacht user to follow a specific travel calendar in order to avoid bad sailing weather.


30m The Wish Yacht

The boat, having 29.6 m full length, was constructed as RINA class. The construction of boat began in November 2007 as wood and was completed in May 2009, as a result of a 17-month working. The boat, for which 2x 1675HP main engines are used, can rise up to 25 knot speed thanks to its sliding form. All the used ply-woods have “marine” certificate.

28m Sevval Yacht

The hull and top structure of the boat of which construction began in February month of 2009 year as RINA class is wood. 3 layers of cross coating were used on hull of the boat and then, with fiber epoxy used on the last layer, both durability and water impermeability of the boat was increased.

27m Seleda Yacht

The boat is semi-displacement motor yacht, built in wood and epoxy with a teak deck. Her twin 800 hp MAN engines will nudge her to a top speed of 17 knots with a cruising speed of 14 knots. The boat has 1 master, 1 VIP and 2 guest cabins. Totaly, 8 people can accomadiate.

19m Leomar Yacht

The hull and top structure of the boat of which construction began in January month of 2004 year and constructed as RINA class is wood. In hull of boat, 3 layers of cross coating were used. The keel, wale and posts of the boat were printed in epoxy-laminate system. The form of boat is sliding and with 2 x 330 HP main engines, it can reach to 27 knot speed.

NB90 Fisher Boat