Astondoa will be celebrating 100 years of building yachts at the 2016 Yachts Miami Show, previously known as the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach. The shipyard will be represented exclusively by G Marine, and will display on Collins Avenue, Ramp 42, across from the Fontainebleau Hotel.
To commemorate their 100-year history, Astondoa has developed the 110 Century. This is a manageable vessel with megayacht features and is destined for large groups of family and friends to experience the great outdoors. Named the “Sky Lounge” for its social gathering possibilities, the 110’s fly bridge is party central at sea or dock. The outdoor galley can be utilized for more use than the inside, including the BBQ grill, bar and al fresco dining options.
The interiors were created by Cristiano Gatto Design in partnership with Astondoa’s totally customized, in-house built furnishings. Gatto, who has teamed up with Astondoa for 15 years, calls the boat, “massive, but sexy and sporty.” It was designed to be clean, uncluttered, modern and most of all, low maintenance. The look is termed “timeless” so the elements are of exotic coffee and textured oak woods, complemented by glass and polished stainless to defy being dated in the years to come. “The owner wanted it to feel like guests were onboard-not in a NYC apartment,” commented Gatto.
The full-beam master suite can be found on the main deck forward, offering fantastic views. In the en suite head, a glass wall that electrically changes colors for privacy when needed separates his and her sinks and a large shower. The walk-in closets accommodate two full wardrobes of clothing, a dressing area, space for 64 pairs of shoes and accessories; a desk/vanity and lounges provide more creature comforts for the home at sea.
Below, four more staterooms-two queen and two twins, with en suite heads are beautifully appointed and a sizable crew suite adds comfortable accommodations for all. All suites feature storage space, refrigerators and electronics for entertainment.
Socializing is key onboard the Astondoa 110′ yacht. The swim platform has easy access to the aft deck where more dining and sunning is available. Two, 3-seat personal watercraft can be found beneath the bow sun deck, in addition to an 8-seat Williams jet boat, stored in the aft garage.
Spacious crew quarters for six are positioned below along with a massive engine room housing two MTU 16V2000M84 engines, giving this striking vessel a maximum speed of 24 knots and a 20-knot cruising speed.
The Century 110 can be totally customized for the lifestyle of the owner who desires the freedom of the open air with the comforts of a floating home. “It depends on how you are going to use the yacht, not how much you want to impress people with its size,” said David Galante of G Marine. “When having fun is your culture, having a boat that accommodates your style is the most important aspect. You could build a bigger yacht, but why when you can have all you need in 8,000 s.f. of interior and exterior space. That is a lot of boat-and a LOT of fun!”
The Astondoa 52 Fly and the 80 GLX, showing a sample of the range of Astondoa’s current models-each totally customized for the yachter’s needs, will be also displayed during the 2016 Yachts Miami Beach., running from February 11 to 15.
More charter yachts built by Astondoa.