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No effort has been spared in the challenge of producing this beautiful yacht that offers excellent qualities in terms of reducing environmental impact as well as in terms of materials.The large 16-metre beam that perpendicularly cuts through the trimaran creates a spacious sedan area on the main deck that offers superb views through a panoramic window and houses a seating area, a dining table and a navigation station. A forward-facing door through the salon window gives easy access to a large cot on the bow. The aft deck has a sofa, a bar area and a starboard dining area. In the aft garage there is room for a 4.9 metre tender. The garage door is designed to fold up and create a large bathing platform.The extra space was created below deck, lightly flaring the central hull just above the waterline. This area has been divided into two sections with a full-width master cabin located at the stern with access from the bridge sedan, and two other guest cabins. The accommodation for the crew and the kitchen were located forward to the engine compartment. Adastra offers comfortable accommodations for nine guests and up to six crew members.The ship has a fully automated fuel management system that includes an Alfa Laval fuel cleaning system. The anchoring system is unique with 3 anchors all guided by carbon fiber drum winches operated by a plumbing. The Superstructure is carbon fibre with Nomex honeycomb core, the hull is Glass/Kevlar foam sandwich and the interior is furnished with light oak furniture using honeycomb panels. To help reduce weight, virtually every aspect of the boat is custom-built. This includes carbon fiber hatches, headlights, ladders and even zippers, all of which are built specifically for the ship
March 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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