Denison Yacht Sales is happy to announce that it has been named the exclusive global representative for Miss Tor Yachts, built by Orucoglu Shipyard in Turkey.
Miss Tor Yachts represents quality built, steel hulled full displacement yachts that combine style & value. Run by two brothers dedicated to life on the ocean, Miss Tor Yachts in Turkey has seen much change over the past few years. Designs have grown – and not just in size, but in quality, style and management as well.
With the idea of saving the owner time and money, Miss Tor Yachts has streamlined how and where it builds its laser-cut steel and aluminum superyachts and the new implementations have resulted in success for the yard. The build of the hull and superstructure takes place at the yard in Turkey, where 250+ workers spend their days. The in-house Italian design firm Raggio, headed by Virginia Patrone, Elia Giovanni Gardella and Ilaria Incorvaia offer multiple options such as “Classic and Riviera Designs,” or the more intricate, “Baroque Design and Deco-Art Design”, although owners have the option of bringing in their own designers to work closely with those of Miss Tor Yachts.
The “standard package” at Miss Tor differs from those of other yards in that the yacht only comes with basic floor plans and wiring in place, leaving the details totally up to the owner’s discretion, who can move bulkheads and choose soft furnishings according to his or her own taste. Owner control also includes where the interior fitting out takes place, truly making them part of the end result.
Miss Tor Yachts has successfully delivered 5 yachts over 40 meters, with a 6th currently under construction. The photographs showcased below feature both interior & exterior deck spaces of completed projects.
The latest and second largest thus far to be designed by Miss Tor is a 220-footer scheduled to launch in 2012/13. Similar to the Miss Tor 270ft model, the Miss Tor 220 has the same basic design minus the large, versitile aft deck space thus drastically reducing her price. Noticeably unique in these designs is the dual-level layouts of the master and guest cabins, brought together by a circular staircase and an atrium window that will combine both levels, allowing maximum light to shine. Facing forward, the master was designed for privacy and practicality, with stairs to port and starboard. Lounging areas on the main deck include the Grand Atrium Salon, which has a dual-level feeling as the upper deck will be open in the middle to the main deck, creating a balcony above. Aft of the galley, the lower level will include an interior pool with a bar and deck areas that fold down from the hull, making the interior and exterior spaces one large area flanked by sunpads.
Other features are a cinema deck, complete with oversized seats for maximum comfort, a panoramic fitness deck that can include a myriad of workout equipment according to the owner’s choice, and a Turkish hammam/sauna on the upper deck aft, which is a unique element that will surely be enjoyed by her future owner and guests.
Accommodations are for 12 guests in 6 staterooms, each with their own lower-level office and lounge as well as 16 crew in 8 cabins, with a large crew mess and lounge area, all of which can be altered to meet the owner’s requirements. Helipad capabilities are located on the uppermost deck or bow for touch-and-go landings, making it easy to get to and from shore, should there be a lack in berthing space.
Build time is estimated at 20 to 24 months from start to finish.
Partnered with Alex G. Clarke of Denison Yacht Sales as their worldwide broker, Miss Tor Yachts’ production lines include a 140, 170, 220 and 270ft motor yacht.
Recently sold is a custom 166, 154, & 140ft models.
Note: Additional information such as pictures, brochures, full specifications, & GAs are available upon request.