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Enata builds Mirarri yachts

The Dubai-based yacht shipyard Enata has signed a contract with Mirarri, a new luxury yacht brand from the United Arab Emirates.

According to the agreement, the shipyard will build yachts for Mirarri. The first model of this collaboration was designed by Rashed Al Shaali in collaboration with designers Timur Bozca and Enata.

The ship is around 16.7 metres long and is mainly made of carbon fibre and titanium. It will also be equipped with the so-called Wingman system. This will enable the owner to control various aspects of the yacht remotely, carry out over-the-air updates, make remote diagnoses and perform preventive maintenance.

The centrepiece is a full beam structure with a dynamic glass dome inspired by the intricate bone structure of birds. This feature not only improves structural integrity, but also bathes the interiors in natural light.

“Mirarri is a result of collaboration”

Rashed Al Shaali, a descendant of the Al Shaali family, the founding family of Gulf Craft, is blazing his own trail in the world of luxury yachts with his latest project, Mirarri. Mirarri is the result of a close collaboration with high-tech composite manufacturer Enata Group as production partner and award-winning designer Timur Bozca, it is said.

“I am proud to launch Mirarri today, an impressive collaboration between industry leaders Enata and Bozca,” said Rashed Al Shaali. “I come from a family that has been in the marine industry for a long time. I grew up around yachts and have worked with reputable companies such as Gulf Craft, Dubai Marine and Al Shaali Marine from the very beginning. Whilst these experiences were invaluable, they also made me realise the stagnation in the yachting industry and made me want to make a change. This led me to work with Enata and Timur Bozca.”

The first Mirarri yacht is currently under construction and is expected to be delivered in 2025.

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