Investment into Superyacht Furniture Workshop Delivers Unrivalled Joinery.

Turkish superyacht yard Esenyacht, has completed a final round of investment in its joinery and furniture shop.

This final stage allows it to take on projects from third parties. Even in a county that has a history of wood-working dating back thousands of years Esenyacht’s new facilities stand out for their quality and breadth of capability.
Headed up by Ferhat Kaya, the strength of the workshop is based on its combination of modern technology and old-fashioned craftsmanship.
At its core lies over fifty individual craftsmen with skills ranging from cabinet making, joining and machining to marquetry, inlay and carving.
They are supported by technology that includes a four-axis CNC milling machine, a computer controlled calibration machine, a range of heat and humidity controlled ovens and climate-controlled storage, alongside the more usual sawing and woodworking tools.
Together these resources give the yard the ability to create every element of a yacht’s hull, interior and exterior made of or constructed in wood, including highly artistic items such as inlaid tables and carved detailing.
The workshop is currently working on the 50m sailing sloop Troy designed by Tim Saunders Yacht Design and the in-house Esenyacht design team, which is due for launch later this year.

A number of third party projects are also under discussion, and the quality and scope of the facility is expected to attract further enquiries from both marine and residential / commercial designers and project managers.