Anawa, the first SeaXplorer

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Anawa, the first SeaXplorer

The motor yacht designed and designed for long expeditions, Anawa, has a length of 62 meters and is currently in the final stages of construction from Damen Yachts, in the Netherlands.

Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht

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The ship is expected to be delivered in 2020. The sophisticated exterior design and engineering of this luxury ship is the work of the famous design and naval architecture firm Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture, who are also responsible for the entire engineering package.

The 62-metre SeaXplorer has a completely customized design. The owners chose Carlo Torre di Monaco Yacht Temptation to create the interior design while Fraser’s technical team oversaw the construction. The seaXplorer yacht was set up at the Vlissingen East shipyard, located a few kilometres from the Vlissingen City shipyard, where the Amels yachts are completed.

Anawa’s indoor configuration is designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 overnight guests in 6 cabins. It is also capable of carrying up to 20 crew members on board to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

The Anawa Motor Yacht will be available for private charters around the world and will satisfy even the most intrepid adventurers.

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Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht
Anawa SeaXplorer Yacht

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