Exclusive First Pictures of Vicem 46 Metre Vulcan on the Water

Here is the exclusive first glimpse of the Vulcan the new Vicem 46 metre seen at the fitting out dock in Antalya Turkey were she was built.
The yacht built originally on spec has been bought by a British businessman for €27 million
Captain Mark Everard is in command and expects to take the yacht to Monaco Yacht show in September.
Frank Mulder is responsible for the exterior and naval architecture, and Art Line for the interiors
Vicem set out to build a 46 metre semi-displacement yacht which is lighter and faster than the industry standard, achieving 25 knots as top speed, while maintaining high-efficiency cruising and long range capability of 4,000 Nm @ 12 knots, thus creating an extremely versatile superyacht.
This 460-ton yacht, powered by twin 3,650 HP MTU engines, delivers efficient ocean-crossing range at reduced speed.
Her three decks plus Sun-deck design provides elegance for her new and knowledgeable owner, and six cabins for his guests.
The yachts signature open atrium design provides 15 metres of unbroken natural lighting, from the very top of the Sun-deck all the way down to the Lower Deck. The main deck’s Master Suite uses every inch of this yachts’ 10 metre beam, and includes a CEO’s office and a private gym
A graceful wraparound entry way leads to an inviting Jacuzzi and an arcing full-width head. Further aft is; the galley, a dining area for ten, and a relaxing lounge and a spacious upper lounge area.
RINA/MCA Long Range classifications make this yacht a very serious contender in today’s superyacht arena.