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Astondoa Yachts benefit from a company philosophy combining passion, experience, technology and design. The company was founded in Spain in 1916. Astondoa owns three facilities that cater to the size of the yachts being produced. There are three ranges of the yachts: open range, middle overall, and large yachts. The facility at Viscaya is responsible for the 40-foot sport models of Astondoa. In Almansa, yachts are created from 35 to 54 feet in length, while the Santa Pola location makes the larger lines of Astondoa yachts, ranging from 57 to 122 feet in length. Quality control is paramount during Astondoa yacht production and assembly at each of these facilities adheres to strict standards. Astondoa also pays close attention to the latest in computer and process technology, ensuring modern and reliable yachts.
Coming in 2020 Astondoa will have two new models to offer. The biggest example is called the Astondoa 125 Century and the other is the smaller 82 Flybridge. The first is called the Century because it belongs to the lineup of yachts that are called Century, marking the yard's 100th year anniversary. Stretching 38.20-meters and offering a handy beam of 8.36-meters, the Astondoa 125 Century builds on 110 and 100 Century models.
With the second Astondoa 110 Century hitting the water earlier this year the yard has its attention set on launching an even larger model, the Astondoa 120 Century. This yacht will pick up where the 110 model left off and be the crowning jewel in the manufacturer's range. The first hull in the 37-meter vessel model is actually under construction and expected to hit the water in the Spring of 2019.
The second 110-footer from Astondoa has taken to the water. This is another unit from Astondoa's 110 Century line. With a design penned by Cristiano Gatto both inside and out, the yacht showcases sleek and edgy lines. Performance wise you will find this Astondoa will top out at 24-knots thanks to her pair of MTU 16V 2000 M84s. A range of about 600 nautical miles can be made at a fast cruising speed of 20-knots or so.
The fifth hull in the 80GLX line from Spanish yard Astondoa has been launched and completed. Christened as "17", she made her debut at the just concluded Cannes Yachting Festival. She was built to Germanischer Lloyd standards using GRP materials. The yacht features a completely open plan saloon and relaxing area. MAN 12V marine diesels are onboard to push 17 to a top speed of 31-knots. She is calculated to have a maximum range of 400 nautical miles.
Spanish builder Astondoa kicked-off the new year on the right note with the launching of the first hull in their 110 Century line. The yacht has been launched ahead of the Miami Boat Show which takes place in February. The launching has more significance than just being another launch for the company. Astondoa is celebrating 100 years and the Astondoa 110 Century helps commemorate this. Performance is also part of the package with this type of yacht and the 110 Century is anticipated to run up to 24-knots full speed. Twin MTU 16V 2000 M84's are in the engine room to facilitate this. She has space for a couple toys too with the main tender stored in the aft garage and two PWCs cleverly hidden under the foredeck.
Astondoa has announced a new model and it will be coming on the Centennial celebration for the yard. It is really a celebratory model to help commemorate the momentous occasion. The new model is called the Astondoa 110 GLX Century. Come 2016, this new model will become reality and is anticipated to make her debut during the 2016 Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show. Astondoa wants the world to know it is family oriented and family owned, now stretching through three generations.
Admiral delivers 35-meter motoryacht "Foam" Italian builder Admiral has just delivered one of their latest yachts, the luxury motoryacht "Foam". The new vessel is part of the Admiral Classique line and has an interior by Centro Stile done to the owner's taste. Accommodation is in four suites, two twins, a VIP and the master all on the lower deck. Three crew cabins suffice for those who take care of the yacht and crew.