New $12.3 million aluminum superyacht showcases stunning all-glass sky roof

  • Bluephire 34 is a yacht made from aluminum and glass
  • ’34’ is a reference to the yacht’s length, 34 meters
  • The yacht is already seaworthy, but the interior can be customized at the owner’s request

Published on Jun 18, 2024 at 7:03 PM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Jun 19, 2024 at 5:47 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

This is the Tureddi Bluephire 34, a 112-foot yacht built from aluminum and glass.

The ’34’ part of the name is a reference to the yacht’s length, 34 meters (112 feet), and the interesting part is this is a semi-custom yacht.

This means that the main structure is finished, but some elements of the interior can be customized by the buyer.

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The yacht was designed by Christian Leyk of Coquine Design for Ocean Independence, a yacht broker.

It was built by Cantieri Navali Tureddi in Viareggio, Italy, and it features an innovative type of construction that we’re beginning to see a bit more often with superyachts.

Using glass for more than just windows

Until not long ago, most yachts would only use glass for things like shower stalls or windows.

In recent times, we’ve noticed that shipyards and designers are beginning to use glass as part of the structure.

The Icon‘, a yacht concept designed by BMW (below), is a prime example.

Then there’s the Majesty 111, a yacht with a glass-bottomed pool, and SAN, a 148-foot superyacht featuring a glass-covered superstructure.

As for the Bluephire 34, she’s made from aluminum, but the roof is made entirely out of glass.

Bluephire 34 is a $12.3m ‘sports car of the sea’

Tureddi and Leyk call this a ‘sports car of the sea’, partly due to the streamlined, sleek profile, and the dark blu finish, but also because of the top speed of 35 knots, which is a lot for a yacht.

Once you’re inside, there’s a glass salon that opens at both ends to connect the exterior with the dek.

Bluephire 34 also features a lounge, a dining area and bar, sun beds on the foredeck, and three staterooms for up to six guests.

What makes this project unique is the main structure of the yacht, which is already complete and seaworthy, and can be complemented by interior customization at the request of the would-be buyer.

Ocean Independence, the broker that commissioned the yacht, said the yacht can be completed in 18 months.

It costs €11.5 million – or $12.3 million at today’s rate.

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Alessandro Renesis

Experienced content creator with a strong focus on cars and watches. Alessandro penned the first-ever post on the Supercar Blondie website and covers cars, watches, yachts, real estate and crypto. Former DriveTribe writer, fixed gear bike owner, obsessed with ducks for some reason.