125 Century and 82 flybridge, two new Astondoa models for 2020
Friday, September 13, 2019 4:30 PM
Next year's main event will be the launch of the 125 Century, belonging to range of luxury superyachts marking Astondoa's hundredth anniversary. This is the largest model in the Century line, which also features the 110 Century and the 100 Century. With her magnificent dimensions, with an LOA of 38.20 metres and a beam of 8.36 metres, the 125 Century fuses the classic and timeless design of the range with major innovations that respond to the most discerning tastes of Astondoa lovers.
Her sheer size allows for an upper deck with a spectacular Ski Lounge and generous side walkways on the same level leading to a sun terrace and swimming pool out on the open-air aft area.
A modern flybridge with spacious sun terraces has also been incorporated onto the deck.
On the main deck, the full-beam owner's stateroom is extraordinarily spacious, boasting a living room with very large windows and rear and side access doors. On the lower deck, there can be four or five cabins, depending on the owner's preferences, all with ensuite bathrooms.
The modern design of the transom features a generous beach club with a huge side-opening garage.
82 Flybridge, a new cruiser for this range that will also be released in 2020. With a cutting-edge design from bow to stern, this yacht with an LOA of twenty-five metres and a beam of six metres, is distinguished by her large side windows and an innovative styling of the main deck, where the galley is placed.
The lower deck is home to the versatile owner's stateroom - with two possible layouts - and three other cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms. Two crew cabins complete the night-time spaces of this yacht.
Two news in the Coupe range
The Coupe range, which boats the sportiest and boldest Astondoa models, will surprise lovers of this style of sailing with the premiere of a new version of the 655 Coupe and an outboard version of the 377 Coupe.
The brand new 655 Coupe will feature new exterior and interior design. Highlights include her extraordinary side windows, the main deck galley and the spacious owner's stateroom. Two guest cabins with ensuite bathrooms complete the boat's night-time area.
Meanwhile, the 377 Outboard Coupe includes triple 300 hp Mercury or Yamaha engines and an optional joystick. The interior design of the inboard version will be retained, but with greater use of storage space.