The wonderful Adastra superyacht is truly a remarkable example of the future of yachting in several aspects: performance, naval architecture and the overall design of the outside and inside of the vessel.
The idea for this yacht came from her current owner Anto Marden, who spent many years in the shipping business and has had the luck of sailing all over Southeast Asia. He began thinking about a larger yacht with global range, a vessel faster than a sailing boat. So he developed four key requirements for Adastra, according to Shuttleworth: “offshore seaworthiness, comfort, economy of operation and shallow draught”.
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The design of such a ship required meticulous planning. The yacht’s deck and superstructure were constructed out of carbon fiber along with a carbon/Nomex honeycomb core, while the hull is made of an e-glass/Kevlar foam sandwich. One of the main focuses was successfully managing to reduce the weight of the vessel in order to save on the fuel as well as improving the performance.
Heading onto the inside of the ship we can see that it still has a luxurious interior decoration. The saloon aside from having an effective blue and white decoration in its color pattern has many lighting benefits thanks to the large wrap-around windows. Not to mention the fantastic views created all around the space.
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When it comes to the accommodations this superyacht has the capacity for nine guests and six crew. The decoration used inside all of these divisions is light honey oak and semi-gloss white paint, with the beds being complemented with the white woven fabrics covering them along with the blue-and-white ikat fabrics which were collected by Elaine Marden in Indonesia.