Project Description

Serenity 70 is a single screw motor sailor designed for comfortable cruising in the Southern waters of Turkey. Serenity 70 is a refit project which was under taken during the formation of Mural Yachts. Originally built in 1996 she has a traditional plank on frame construction.

During her refit some of her electrical systems, powertrain and piping systems were upgraded. Touch ups were conducted on her exterior and interior paint surfaces whilst her exterior varnish was completely renewed. A second refit was under taken at Mural Yachts in 2010 to maintain her wooden masts and service her sailing gear.

As with most gulets Serenity 70 has a traditional hull with a long keel. Inside her high volume hull she boasts enough space for 8 guests in 1 master cabin and 3 double cabins. Her clever layout allows for all cabins to have ensuite bathrooms.

The interior of the boat is a mix of white lacquer and varnished veneer. Guest cabins have been kept primarily white lacquer except for the parquet floors to give them a larger feel. In the salon varnished veneer surfaces are predominant mixing well with the wooden feel of the aft deck and providing a very warm atmosphere.


LOA: 20.65m, (67.75’)
LWL: 18.95.m, (62.17’)
Bmax: 6.00m, (19.68’)
Draft: 2.84m, (9.32’)
Displacement (half load): 62MT
Speed (Max/Cruise): 12/10kts
Engine: 2 x Man, 440hp @1800RPM
Range: 800 nm @ 10kts
Fuel capacity: 4750LTR
Fresh water capacity: 4000LTR
Grey water capacity: 1950LTR
Black water capacity: 1950LTR
Construction: Hull – Mahogany & Oak
Superstructure – Marine Grade Plywood
Class: none
Naval architecture: Hüseyin Turgut
Exterior styling: Hüseyin Turgut
Interior design: Metin Bozkurt