PLAN B ADM Kiel
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The striking Plan B (Project 422) is an imposing 73m (246´) vessel, launched by ADM Kiel in 2012. With exteriors by Focus Yacht Design and interiors by H2 Yacht Design, she represents the first yacht launched from the shipyard since the rebranding from HDW to ADM Kiel. The accommodation sleeps up to 12 guests across eight beautifully appointed suites, including 3 VIP staterooms.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ Sundeck Jacuzzi ~ Massive beach club ~ Spa ~ Steam room ~ Helipad ~ Elevator
The main deck aft is partially shaded by the upper deck overhang, and a canopy shade can be used or removed to suit guests sitting at the outdoor lounge located on the stern. The area also hosts two small circular dining tables perfect for a meal while enjoying close conversation or for spending time on hobbies. Staircases on the port and starboard sides connect to the deep swim platform below, which make an excellent sunbathing area beside the water.
On the upper deck, the shaded aft section offers two tables for alfresco dining in smaller groups and close to the stern there are sofas and armchairs for socializing with taking in the outdoor ambiance. A Portuguese deck on the upper deck forward offers an alternative place for outdoor living and is fitted with tables and sofas.
Guests can arrive via the forward helipad on the sundeck and when clear this area makes an excellent spot to observe the environment without impediments. Behind the helipad, there is a luscious Jacuzzi encircled by sunpads, sun loungers, and a bar, all of which benefit from exposure to the sunshine.
The aft sundeck is shaded by a canopy and offers a large oval table where guests can dine alfresco in style, plus seating integrated into the stern for outdoor relaxation after a meal.
The lower deck aft contains a spacious beach club, and a corridor connects through to a steam room and spa. The tenders are stored in the engine room and are launched via side-opening hatches. Forward of the engine room, there is guest accommodation of 1 double cabin and three twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities.
The bow section is dedicated to crew accommodation, as is the tank deck below where the laundry and similar facilities are located.
On the main deck, the forward section hosts the Master suite which has the added benefits of a private terrace, en-suite bathroom, a private, lounge, study and walk-in wardrobe. The timeless decor uses patterned white surfaces against warm wood, and floor-to-ceiling windows fill the interior with natural light and ensure the room's occupants receive spectacular views.
The main foyer separates the Master suite from the main salon, which is a voluminous open-plan room that divides the area into three separate areas based on utilization. The forward space is reserved for the striking formal dining table, which uses a monochrome color scheme, mirrored surfaces, and modern artwork to create an atmospheric place to celebrate a special occasion.
The middle of the main salon contains the lounge and two sofas and a set of arm chairs are places along the port and starboard walls to best benefit from the large windows. The black and white furnishings around coffee tables offer a comfortable place to catch up with friends and family over drinks while surrounded by contemporary art work.
The aft main salon contains the bar, which has an excellent selection of spirits and is ideally positioned to serve guests outside as well as within. The mirror-finish of the bar draws the eye and complements the natural materials and textures of the adjacent settee and the games table set up in front of the glass sliding doors to the main deck aft.
The upper deck contains the helm station and the three VIP staterooms, each of which are individually styled and designed to offer guests the best in contemporary luxury. To the aft, the sky lounge contains two C-shaped seating arrangements each around a table. The lounge provides a second room for guests to unwind and spend time chatting or pursuing pastimes, where the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with light for the perfect reading environment.
PLAN B Specifications
|Beam:||12.00m (39' 4")|
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 16V4000M60|
|Cruise Speed:||13 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, Yachts With Elevators Lifts|
|Builder/Designer:||H2 Yacht Design, Focus Yacht Design, Alberto Pinto, ADM Shipyard|
|Locations:||Costa Rica, Latvia, ASIA, Japan, France, Yacht Racing, Abacos, St Petersburg & Tampa|
On the sundeck, the indoor space contains a gym so that guests can exercise while in transit and take in the spectacular views.
The steel and aluminum Plan B is powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M60 diesel engines. She can easily reach a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
The layout provides accommodation for up to 12 guests over 8 lavish staterooms: 1 Master suite, 3 VIP staterooms, 1 double cabins and 3 twin cabins. The crew of 20 will provide everything guests require for a stellar cruising experience.
Amenities and Extras
Jacuzzi, beach club, spa, steam room, gym, video-on-demand, satellite TV, iPod docking, at-anchor stabilisers, air conditioning, lift (elevator)
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