AES Yachts launched the 71-metre superyacht Victoria (ex Baltika, project Agat) after more than ten years of construction. The yacht was originally in build in Russia by Sevmash, with her keel laid 12 years ago. She was then moved to ISA Yachts‘ shipyard, and later on, passed the project on to AES Yachts in Turkey.
The interior was designed by H2 Yacht Design, while the exterior profile of Victoria is a collaboration of H2 Yacht Design and Gresham Yacht Design. Russian Agat Design Bureau worked on her naval architecture.
Although there are no official images of her interior, Victoria is believed to be rather voluminous, with a beam of 11.4 metres. She was built to Lloyds Register and features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Accommodation onboard is offered for 14 guests across seven cabins. There are also crew quarters for 16 persons.
This yacht comfortably reaches 18 knots, as she is powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M17 engines. Her cruising speed is 14 knots.
Victoria will be delivered in summer 2018.