AvA Yachts has unveiled renderings of its latest yachts in the Kando series, ranging from 27 metres to 40 metres.
Currently in-build and due to launch in summer 2018 is the 34 metre Kando 110.
The aluminium over steel tri-deck displacement yacht
boasts five guest cabins, with the master suite enjoying 27 square metres of private space. Kando 110 has been designed in-house by naval architect Atilla Kucukdiker, and the modern interior features accents of American walnut, wenge and stainless steel. Tipped to reach a top speed of 14 knots, the yacht will make her debut at Cannes in September after being delivered to her Norwegian owner.
Completing the series is the smaller Kando 90, and the larger 36.5 metre Kando 120 and Kando 130, all of which have already received significant interest from potential owners, according to the yard. The Kando series has been developed by the Antalya-based yard to spend extended periods at sea, and places an emphasis on large internal volumes.
Characterised by a modern look, the yachts
all share floor to ceiling windows and strong, masculine lines. All the yachts are built with steel hulls and aluminium superstructures, with a bulbous bow for efficiency savings. The yard also produces much of the fit out in-house, including the stainless steel fittings and the interior cabinetry.
The yard will be announcing a production and office expansion programme over the summer to cater for the interest in the Kando series.
Turquoise Yacht has released new yacht named Tala.
Her delivery is scheduled for 2020.
Tala was designed inside and out by Miami-based studio DeBasto Designs.
“With Tala’s enormous volume… my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel,” said designer Luiz DeBasto. “I wanted the design to show movement and purpose from any angle. I achieved this with the long ascending line from the swim platform all the way up to the mast and down to the pilothouse windshield.”.
Interior design is sophisticated but practical as well as elegant and comfortable.
Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 1,300hp engines, Tala is expected to reach a top speed of around 15 knots. Started on spec, the yacht is now for sale.