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Two RMK new builds for sale

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The RMK 58M and RMK 5000 Evo Explorer are now for sale with Northrop & Johnson brokers Joe Foggia and Edward Sacks.

Both models were designed by Hot Lab Yacht & Design and are under construction at RMK Shipyards in Turkey.

The five-deck, 190-foot RMK 58M has a 9-foot 8-inch draft and a range of 6,000 nautical miles. She has a short delivery time frame and will be classed by RINA commercial with LY2. Asking price is 34 million euros.

The four-deck, 164-foot RMK 5000 Evo Explorer has a draft of less than 8 feet and a range of 4,000 nautical miles. Asking price is 24 million euros.

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