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|Engines:||2x MTU 12V2000M93|
|Builder/Designer:||Feadship / De Voogt, Feadship, Devoogt, De Voogt Naval Architects, Bannenberg & Rowell|
|Locations:||Marmaris, St Barts, The Channel Islands, Dodecanese, Hawaii, French Polynesia , Japan, Antigua|
Motor yacht Avatar is a 34-metre vessel, launched by Feadship in 2016. Avatar reinforces the shipbuilder's ability to deliver the highest quality, as well as unique design.
Avatar features an enormous amount of glass in her exterior profile, as well as a large number of luxury amenities and facilities on board. Her exterior design was drawn by Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects who were also responsible for the superyachts' naval architecture. Motor yacht Avatar benefit from sophisticated interior styling by bespoke design studio Bannenberg & Rowell.
Accommodation is offered for 10 guests in 5 lovely cabins. The owner's stateroom includes a bathroom with separate bath and shower. Further four guest cabins are located on the lower deck.
Amenities and Extras
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.