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Biggest yatch yard in Turkey

Biggest yatch yard in Turkey
Sanko started yacht production of Windsor Craft, one of the prestigious brand of Genmar Holding Company.

The biggest yatch yard in Turkey is constructed by Sanko

Sanko started yacht production of Windsor Craft, one of the prestigious brand of Genmar Holding Company. Now it is constructing the biggest shipyard in Turkey.

The agenda of Sanko is too intensive. The company takes part in marketing and producing of construction machinery, packaging, cement and yatch production sectors.

While emphasizing the ambitious attitude of company on shipping sector, the boss Abdulkadir Konukoglu stated that "Vicem Yachts serving its classical wooden yachts to the American and European users since 1992. Vicem Yachts producing its own branded (Vicem) yachts ranging from 9 to 45 meters in series of Vicem Classic, Vicem Cruiser, Vicem Yacht, Vicem Sportfish delivered over 80 yachts all over the world by the beginning of 2008".

"Apart from its own branded yachts, Vicem is also producing yachts for Genmar Holding - under Windsor Craft brand- which is the biggest yacht producer and seller in the world" Konukoglu added.

Stating the growing capacity of Vicem with its four shipyards in ?stanbul and Antalya Konukoglu noted that, "We are constructing the biggest yatch yard in Turkey. It will be done after 2 months. We are constructing 35 yatches at the same time. We are working with one of the most famous designers in the world".


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