Only two weeks have passed since the 32-meter Admiral hull 115 was launched and now another Admiral, the 35-meter Framura was launched. “It is truly a time of prosperity for the Admiral Brand, crowning consistent sales success with the delivery of two maxi yachts in a very short time” says sales director Maurizio Magri. “The launch of one more 32-meter yacht, one more 25-meter yacht, and the first 40-meter Admiral will follow within the end of this year.”
Framura was launched at sunset on the 5th of July. The christening ceremony was attended by the owner, accompanied by his family and friends, as well as the Admiral management and workers.
Built out of light aluminium alloy 5083, the new planing Admiral 35 is powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M90 diesel engines, each with a 2.775-horsepower capacity, to reach a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots. The exterior lines, designed by Centro Stile CNL, are sleek and harmonious, and the night-blue hull complemented by the silvery superstructure create an extremely sophisticated look.
The interiors designed by Luca Dini Studio are classic and elegant: oak’s depth for the walls and valuable wengé as flooring predominate throughout the vessel, except for the cream-coloured carpeting in the cabins.
The main deck comprises the salon, with custom leather couches and brown leather armchairs, and the dining room, graced by a plate crystal tabletop resting on brown leather mountings, boasts chairs by Frau.
A passageway between these areas reaches the generous owner’s cabin, with its marble elegant bathroom, completed with sauna. The galley, all in opaque white-lacquered cabinetry with marble counters, is located on the lower deck, connecting to the dining room through a dumbwaiter. Completing the accommodations on the lower deck are two twin cabins in the stern, a two beds cabin on one side and a double cabin on the other.
The crew quarters are in the aft, including the master’s cabin, two twin cabins, and a service door that connects to the engine room. The state-of-the-art gym is located in the stern and boasts a carbon-steel canopy that can raise to allow open-air workouts. An expansive fly-bridge is equipped with a table and couches for the ultimate in comfort and freedom while asail.
Framura will be displayed at the next Monaco Yacht Show (September 19 to 22), where it will make its first public appearance.
Photo credit: Merlo Fotografia