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Alvarado Yacht Re-interprets Modern Explorer Yacht

Alvarado yacht project has been conceived with goal to improve a specific type of boat: the explorer. An explorer yacht, according to designers, is the best type of motor yacht to achieve targets assigned: hull forms define a displacement hull in the best way, creating larger interiors improving comfort and allow a better azimutal propulsion arrangement. While these targets were relatively easy to achieve for an explorer, the main goal has been able to reinterpret in the futuristic key the concept of explorer, not being born recently.

To innovate, it features a union of curve and broken lines, sinuous and pungent forms. In addition to the modern look, large windows are installed, and minimal interior design. The yacht has been designed for near future: it is based on the current level of technology and it could be seen sailing oceans in the next 2-3 years.

Designers : Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Alvarado Yacht by Antonino Muto, Alberto Franchi, Marco Ferrari, Marco Camotti, and Tommaso Fortuna

Dimension:

  • Length overall 44.00m
  • Length at waterline 44.00m
  • Beam 8.50m
  • Draft 2.40m
  • Gross tonnage 430 T

Accommodations:

  • Guests 10
  • Cabins totals 7
  • Crew 12

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