Launched in Auckland, New Zealand, the new 39.5m metre sportfisher Hull 1015, now called LANAKAI, is the latest yacht built by Yachting Developments. Hull 1015 is the largest all-carbon sportfisher in the world.
Apart from her outstanding all-inclusive fishing setup, this yacht features stylish design and outstanding performance capabilities.
The main deck boasts a large salon and adjoining galley, which leads to the mezzanine cockpit, the bridge saloon and helm, and the flybridge.
“As a fishing and diving platform the vessel is truly enormous, and she incorporates everything expected of a sizable motoryacht in a sleek sportfisherman’s profile,” says Chris Critchett of MPYD.
Design with family-living in mind, the interior boats classic style, while accommodation configuration provides total comfort for ten guests. There is a spacious master suite, VIP cabin, one double and two twin cabins with Pullmans. There is also plenty of room for a professional crew of 6.
There are two tenders on the forward deck, which are launched with a crane. Hull 1015 is fitted with a VEEM gyrostabiliser, which makes it possible cruising in any conditions.
This sportfisher is powered by two MTU 3100 HP engines and has a fuel tank of 40,000 litres.
Hull 1015 will be delivered to her owner in December 2017.