Admiral will present two utterly innovative new planing yachts- one 32 meters and the other 35 meters in length—at next boat shows in Cannes and Monte Carlo. The 'Festival de la Plaisance' (Cannes, September 12-17, 2007) will host the new Admiral 32, a planning motor yacht 32mt length, launched in June, while the Admiral 35, construction #112 launched in May, will grace the prestigious Monaco Yacht Show (September 19-22, 2007). Two completely distinct yachts, two contrasting styles, and two different ways of representing Admiral’s philosophy of creating unique yachts where the Owner can live and feel the sea as he dreamt and wished.
The new Admiral 32, hull n°114, is entirely built in aluminium alloy and is 32,50 m length. Powered with two MTU 16V 2000 M93, each of 2400 HP, she can achieve a max speed of 30 knots. The V shaped hull is the result of the collaboration of CNL and Studio Bacigalupo, while the engineering is from CNL Technical Department. Whereas exterior lines are perfectly in sync with Admiral traditional style, interiors are very original: ultra modern in their furniture and design, with strongly contrasting colours - dark vs lacquered white − and striking use of stone in the walls and as decorative element. The main floor include a huge salon with dining area and the Owner’s cabin in the front. In the lower deck, the central galley separates the guest area from the crew. Guest cabins include a VIP with two beds and a roomy walk-in closet and two twins. Crew quarters include two cabins plus the captain’s one. The fly-bridge is a spacious solarium, outfitted with a sofa and several lounge chairs. Garages are located in the stern and the aft and equipped with jet-skis and tender.
Built of light aluminium alloy 5083, the new planning Admiral is 35 meters in length,and it is powered by two Diesel engines MTU 12V 4000 M90, each developing a 2.775 hp, to a total cruising speed of 30 knots. Exterior lines, designed by CNL Style Department are sleek and harmonious and the night-blue hull alongside the silvery superstructure creates an extremely sophisticated look.
Interiors, designed by Luca Dini Design Studio, are classic and elegant: materials such as oak’s pith and valuable wengé predominate throughout this vessel. In the main deck a passageway separates the saloon with the dining room from the ample owner’s cabin equipped with a marble bathroom and a sauna. The galley is located in the lower deck and is connected to the dining room through a dam waiter. A VIP cabin in the prow, a guest cabin in the aft and two twins complete the arrangement of spaces. The crew area is in the aft and it consists of a captain’s cabin, two cabins sleeping two each and a service area.
In the upper foredeck garage, where the jet-ski are usually located, is a gym whose roof is a carbon-steel canopy that can raise up to three meters, allowing open-air workouts and a new way of onboard fitness. An expansive fly-bridge is equipped with a table and some couches to ensure the best possible feeling of freedom and comfort onboard.
Admiral will attend also the International boat show in Genoa (October 6/14,2007).