It has been a busy period for IAG Yachts. At the end of September, the Chinese shipyard successfully handed over the all-new 140’ custom-built motor yacht KING BABY to a Florida-based client, and is currently working on the construction of superyacht SERENITY 133, expected to be delivered in early 2016.
Moreover, the shipyard has a 132ft superyacht project under design and negotiation for a Malaysia client, with the construction expected to start at the beginning of next month. There is also a Mexico client trying to buy a 155’ yacht from IAG, with the LOI already signed. The client wishes to start the project soon, with the keel laying expected to take place next month. In addition, the shipyard also has other potential client from America interested in their yachts at 133ft and 155ft. IAG is planning to start these superyacht projects by the beginning of next year, considering the production schedule, as well as client’s arrangement.
More about KING BABY
The recently delivered 140-foot superyacht KING BABY spans over four impressive decks, including an amazing sun deck. The interior volume of this beautiful vessel is just under 500 GT, and has a displacement of 270 tons. It has been constructed using traditional hand laid glass in the hull, resin infusion for the superstructure and carbon fiber for the upper structure. RINA Class and MCA, LY2 compliance has been achieved for a commercial superyacht charter rating.
Accommodation aboard KING BABY yacht is offered in 5 elegant staterooms, in the striking interiors boasting a black walnut hand crafted woodwork rivaling European build quality, with both satin and high gloss finishes. There is also a liberal use of stone accents on every deck.