The all-new motor yacht AeroCruiser 38 II Fly was officially unveiled by Danish Yachts during the Palm Beach Boat Show 2014. Superyacht AeroCruiser 38 Flybridge represents the evolution from the previous AeroCruiser 38 II, also known as luxury yacht Shooting Star.
The new AeroCruiser 38 II Fly from Danish Yachts A/S has been proudly introduced by Bradford Marine, Inc. Since it began in the summer of 2013, Bradford Marine and Danish Yachts have continued to cultivate a strong partnership. (Bradford Marine is the Danish Yachts sales and service representative in the Americas, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.) Earlier this year, Bradford Marine Yacht Sales was the main brokerage firm assisting in the sale of the Danish Yachts AeroCruiser 38 II, previously known as M/Y Shooting Star.
Following on from the success of the AeroCruiser 38 II design and build, and its numerous World awards achieved including a ‘World Superyacht Award in 2012′ and a ‘ShowBoats Design Award for Interior Design and Exterior Styling 2012′, it underlined the perfection of this truly remarkable superyacht.
In evolving and building on this accomplishment, Danish Yachts has introduced a Flybridge design to the range, which offers an alternative to the previous ‘hard-top’ version.
The AeroCruiser 38 II FLY yacht, designed by fellow Scandinavian and internationally renowned Espen Øino, has elegant sleek lines, and her design and state-of-the-art-technology are inspired by the world of private aviation. Nonetheless, the seafaring passion is clear to see throughout, nothing more so from Espen’s signature curved bow and innovative new Flybridge.
The large new Flybridge offers extensive space for entertaining and alfresco dining under the stars, or enjoying the sun whilst in the Jacuzzi and sunbathing on the sunbeds.
The Aft deck offers the perfect location for lounging and enjoying long lunches with the open unobtrusive views, and when opening the main saloon’s double glass aft doors, the main deck becomes an incredible large open space with a complete seamless transition through to the wheelhouse.
The Bow deck lounge has been modified to allow for more seating and sunbeds for the sun worshipers, in addition to offering additional dining facilities.
Inside, she still remains unmistakably a Scandinavian wonder, with a timeless elegance rarely seen on superyachts. With an abundance of natural light and a mixture of curved and symmetrical lines and surfaces, she has four Guest cabins and a Cinema room (which can be modified into a fifth guest room) accommodating up to 10 guests in complete comfort and luxury, in addition to an open plan galley and crew mess.
The advances in technology and ultra lightweight carbon fibre construction developed at Danish Yachts allows the luxury yacht AeroCruiser 38 II FLY to reach speeds of up to 50 knots if desired, or cruise comfortably anywhere between 20 to 30 knots, with a range of 1500nm.
The speed is not always of importance on the AeroCruiser 38 II FLY superyacht, as it will be the quality of movement that will seduce guests onboard, and that’s what Danish Yachts likes to call ‘Beauty in the Extreme’.
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