ADASTRA

149' 6" MCCONAGHY 2012


Specifications

Name: ADASTRA
Builder: MCCONAGHY
Location: France
Price: $12,000,000.00
Length: 149' 6"
Beam: 53' 2" / 16.18 m
Max Draft: 4' 0" / 1.20 m
Year Built: 2012
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Max Speed: 22 knots
Engine Model: C18, 847 KW
Water Capacity: 2500 gallons

A truly iconic and eye-catching yacht, Burgess is pleased to announce that ADASTRA is now available with an asking price of USD 12,000,000.

The cutting edge trimaran, delivered in 2012 by McConaghy Yachts for an experienced yacht owner, ADASTRA is designed for exploration and can take you around the world. Exceptionally fuel efficient, she can cross the Atlantic twice before needing to refuel and has a transpacific range of 10,000nm. Her shape is designed for efficiency, stability and performance, and she performs very highly in all three.

Built for adventuring, a shallow draft of 1.2m (3.9ft) means the vessel can explore a wider range of harbours and islands than larger, more traditional yachts. A 16m beam offers a cleverly designed and light-filled interior that feels spacious, with spectacular views through the panoramic windows. The foredeck has a large area for sunbathing, and the artfully designed garage door folds out to form a large diving platform.

Below deck, extra space has been created by flaring the central hull directly above the waterline, housing a full-beam master cabin and two further guest cabins, as well as crew accommodation. ADASTRA can welcome nine guests and up to six crew members.

The hulls of the yacht are formed from e-glass/Kevlar foam sandwich, with the deck and superstructure made of carbon fibre and Nomex honeycomb core. This makes ADASTRA incredibly lightweight, weighing just 49 tonnes before water and fuel. Almost all elements of the craft are custom built, including carbon fibre ladders, hatches and portlights. A unique anchoring system means all three of her anchors are driven by carbon fibre drum winches operated by hydraulics.

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