Closer look at Central Yacht Project Aascher

The Central Yacht Project Aascher is an innovative modern design study featuring strong angular lines allied to modern efficient space planning.

The novel feature of the vessel is the three level interconnected entertainment space running through the upper deck, sun deck and observation deck. The areas are connected but separate, communicating whilst still private. The result is ideal for sumptuous entertaining and lively parties on board.

Eschewing the traditional exterior upper deck aft entertaining area, the Aascher has an entirely circular glass panoramic saloon with sheltered promenade decks on port and starboard. To port there is also space for a covered cooking area that has easy access to the planetarium style dining room with its spectacular 6 metre high glass ceiling and atrium sky-bar.

Further forward on the upper deck is a media room and the palatial owner’s suite with excellent 180 degree views forward over the private terrace. Guest cabins are no less generous and are all to be found on the main deck with four identical cabins plus one full beam VIP suite.

On the lower deck below the saloon, the space can utilised for a range of uses, including a gym, sauna or beauty room.

Intended for people who like entertaining, the tenders are stowed at waterline aft allowing the optimum use of main and upper decks for guest use.

As with all designs from Central Yacht, the crew circulation is a very intelligent design with the practical elimination of wasted space in corridors resulting in improved efficiency of crew movement.

By Gemma Fottles



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