Riza Tansu continues to impress. The Turkish shipyard pulled out all the stops for its Cyclone superyacht, and the craft’s angular and rather severe presentation dazzles with its debut. The Cyclone looks daring, debonair, and a little bit dangerous.
The 143-foot yacht is the fourth vessel delivered this year by the yacht builder, but he certainly didn’t cut any corners with this grand design. While many recent superyachts boast a minimalist aesthetic, not many interiors are as well considered as those originating from Tansu.
While Cyclone sports a naval-inspired exterior design, the interior is completely modern and offers the feeling of being in an upscale minimalist loft rather than out at sea. That beautiful styling continues across all three decks and four cabins.
Up to eight guests will enjoy the spacious main deck with plenty of areas to sunbathe or enjoy the ocean views. The uppermost deck is reserved exclusively for the owner.
Cyclone is powered by two CAT C32 engines that push the vessel to a top speed of 21.7 knots. She also comes equipped with two tenders for more direct adventure on the open water.