YCO has announced that it has been appointed as the exclusive Central Agency for the worldwide sales of the revolutionary new Aeroyacht 110. The ultimate in performance cruising yachts, the development of the Aeroyacht 110 catamaran represents a unique approach to the merging of performance and luxury on the water.
Multihulls continue to smash records: The 50 knot speed record was recently broken as well as the transatlantic and 24 hour records in the last few weeks. The 33rd Americas Cup will also be raced between Multihulls.
Designer Gregor Tarjan has worked with Morrelli & Melvin who have taken their record breaking knowledge from the PlayStation Maxi Cat to produce the world’s fastest cruising yacht. The yacht will be able to reach speeds of 35 knots, but most importantly it’s the high average speed that can be maintained that will bring the worlds cruising grounds so much closer.
“Built in Carbon to the highest specifications this yacht is set to change the future of performance cruising” explained Ben Bartlett who heads the YCO Sail division. "Gregor has designed what we at YCO think will shape the future of luxury sail, no more compromising, super fast, luxury living spaces with minimal emissions and less crew". The Aeroyacht 110 has a beam of 13.6m or 44 feet making it an incredibly stable platform when at anchor or under sail. The wide beam will also allow for a 7.5m rib to hang between the hulls.
However perhaps most exciting and certainly groundbreaking, is the optional addition of a 2-seater Icon A5 amphibian sports plane, which can be easily stored in the garage and makes an impressive alternative to the traditional tender.
A truly modern yacht, the Aeroyacht 110 is also kind to the environment and fitted with an array of solar panels which allow the yacht to run silently if the guests are happy with natural ventilation. As the Aero yacht will sail in the lightest of breeze this yacht rarely needs to visit the fuel dock.
The volume of the interior space is truly amazing, large open spaces creating a metropolitan loft-like living area with patio glass doors forward and aft of the saloon opening up to two outdoor lounge areas. The interior arrangement at this time is designed with four spacious cabins and room to accommodate four crew in two cabins.
For further information please visit the YCO stand (QC16) at the Monaco Yacht Show where a model of the Aeroyacht 110 will be on display or contact Ben Bartlett.