Tureddi Unveils 34m Superyacht Bluephire

Italy-based shipyard Tureddi has added the 34-meter yacht Bluephire, designed by Christian Leyk and built by Tureddi, to its sales portfolio. After 45 years of contract work building yachts for brands such as Codecasa, Sanlorenzo and Benetti, Tureddi has decided to branch out with its own range of 30 to 60-metre semi-custom yachts.

Bluephire, a 34m new-build project, is a true reflection of Tureddi’s values. The in-house team has decades of experience in construction, having meticulously crafted 60 yachts in Viareggio and Livorno over the past half-century. It features a glass salon that opens completely on both ends, enhancing indoor/outdoor living. The yacht measures 34 meters in length, with a waterline length of 27 meters, a beam of 6.9 meters, and a draft of 1.3 meters, and has a gross tonnage of 230GT.

The loft-like living quarters is encased in glass and opens up on both ends, to create a seamless transition between her interior and exterior spaces. With a comfortable lounge, dining area and bar, the main saloon is light and welcoming. Bluephire is also outfitted with three staterooms for up to six guests and well-equipped crew quarters. The yacht can be customized to the owner, with several options for color schemes and other details.

Bluephire is powered by two MAN V-8 engines offers a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots, with a range of 450 nautical miles. An alternative engine arrangement featuring two MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines can increase the cruising speed to 25 knots and the maximum speed to 35 knots, with a range of 370 nautical miles.

Bluephire is currently for sale with Adrian Soos and Thomas Merlier of Ocean Independence, with an asking price of roughly $12.3 million