Turkish shipyard KRM has successfully completed the refit of the 65-metre Benetti yacht Rahil, formerly Nataly. The refit included important work which had previously been abandoned by other shipyards, warranting KRM to declare this as “one of the most important projects we have ever delivered”.
Originally built by Italian shipyard Benetti in 2011 from their Livorno facility, Rahil was entrusted to KRM for her renovation. The project was carried out over six months, with work beginning in January of this year. For KRM, the refit of Rahil marks a giant step that demonstrates a capability to take on larger and more challenging projects. In a statement, KRM said that Rahil “was the biggest yacht we had ever accepted, and there was a long work list with many jobs that couldn’t be done over the last 3 years by other shipyards.”