Tony Castro Yacht design has unveiled the first designs for a new 35 metre Ketch. The modern exterior combined with a well-considered, practical layout results in a comfortable yacht with striking styling. The deckhouse features a spacious saloon surrounded by large areas of opening glass, as well as an opening glass ceiling. The deckhouse also contains a bar area, helm station and chart table.
The cockpit offers a large area for up to 20 people for alfresco dining or lounging, creating the ideal social environment. The opening hard-top with removable sides makes this a well-protected all-weather area. The cockpit is connected to the saloon via a sliding glass door, which when open, creates a luxurious inside/outside space.
Other features include a 3.6 metre tender housed in the forward part of the superstructure, which is concealed underneath the teak coach-roof. The aft end of the main deck allows space for large removable sun-pads. A garage below opens up at the transom and houses a 4M tender as well as diving equipment. A shell-door folds out of the starboard side of the hull to create a swimming platform/boarding area for guests which is accessed from deck level via a set of removable steps.
Below, there is a large owner’s cabin with en-suite bathroom and bath. There is also a VIP cabin and two twin cabins all with en-suite bathrooms, allowing a total of 8 guests. There is also a captain’s cabin and space for 4 crew.