Pictured here arriving in Singapore is the 75.50 metre steel and aluminium superyacht Anastasia, which was built by the Dutch shipyard Oceanco in 2008. She is in Asia ahead of the Singapore Yacht Show, which will officially kick off tomorrow after two days of conferences, and is set to be the largest yacht present at the event. She features naval architecture by Azure Naval Architects, whilst Sam Sorgiovanni Designs were responsible for both her exterior and interior design.
On board she accommodates up to 12 guests in total over six spacious staterooms, consisting of one master suite, two VIP cabins and three guest cabins. A crew of 20 are also accommodated for on board.
Across both her interior and exterior areas, she boasts large spaces, with a wealth of facilities on board, including a secluded pool with sun pads on the foredeck, and a large, light-filled gymnasium on the sundeck. She also comes an impressive fleet of four tenders as well as a range of water toys.
Powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines, she has a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
SuperYachtTimes.com at the Singapore Yacht Show
Meet SuperYachtTimes.com at the Singapore Yacht Show. Both our editorial and sales team will be present in Singapore throughout the event. Pick up a free copy of the brand new edition of our quarterly newspaper, distributed at several spots around the show, meet us for a chat about advertising or media solutions, or simply join us for a drink at the bar. We look forward to meeting you in Singapore.