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Review of Melek

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Melek

Charter the stunning 56m luxury superyacht from Perini Navi

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Launched in 2010, Melek is one of the latest in the popular 56m series produced by Perini Navi. Her innovative design and sleek styling make this superyacht stand out from other charter yachts in her size range.

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Melek is a natural evolution in the popular 56 metre series, which has been subtly restyled by the designers at Perini Navi.

The greatest innovations in this yacht are in the design of her flush foredeck, which houses the built-in tender storage, and in her aluminium superstructure with its sleek aerodynamic lines. In collaboration with Ron Holland, hull lines and appendages have also been optimized for better performance during navigation. Test

Brand new and different from all of her predecessors in the series is the look of the exterior: grey chrome accents on the superstructure, the masts and the boom, give Melek a sporty look.

The greatest innovations in this yacht are in the design of her flush foredeck,which houses the built-in tender storage, and in her aluminium superstructure with its sleek aerodynamic lines

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On the flying bridge there is an ample sunbathing area, a beautiful round Jacuzzi, probably the best looking Jacuzzi ever seen on a sailing yacht, and two “L” shaped sofa’s with built-in refrigerators making this luxury sail yacht perfect for enjoying a spectacular charter experience together with your friends and family.

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Melek’s interior, designed entirely in-house, is both traditional and innovative, classical and modern, and has a strong and decided personality. The elegance of cherry with walnut inlays is enhanced by the use of leather, wenge, brushed spruce and parchment.

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Melek’s interior, designed entirely in-house, is both traditional and innovative, classical and modern, and has a strong and decided personality. The elegance of cherry with walnut inlays is enhanced by the use of leather, wenge, brushed spruce and parchment.

best looking Jacuzzi ever seen on a sailing yacht, and two “L” shaped sofa’s with built-in refrigerators

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When you and your party aren’t enjoying al fresco dining on deck you can create a more intimate dining experience in the saloon lounge and dining/relaxation room which can be divided into two spaces using folding panels.

This is ideal for charter yachting when the mood calls for something more private and atmospheric on board.

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