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NEXT Yacht, the launch of the new AB110

The AB110 is the progenitor of a new generation of yachts that takes all AB Yachts technical and technological contents, the brand’s 30 years’ experience, its reliability, engineering solutions, propulsion system, and construction materials and integrates them into a new aesthetic, entirely designed by architect Marco Casamonti / Archea Associati, the Next Yacht Group’s Artistic Director.

The first 110 unit was launched yesterday. This is a model in which engineering research blends with art and nature, and the pleasure of top performances and freedom goes hand in hand with comfort and wellbeing – in a nutshell, the AB110 embodies an exquisite, harmonious combination of dynamism and onboard liveability.

Archea Associati and Next Yacht Group’s team have successfully joined efforts on this project to combine aesthetic looks and technology at best and achieve the perfect harmony between the thrill of speed and the pleasure of freedom of movement. 

The outcome is a distinctly sporty vessel that remains unchanged in terms of performances, noiselessness and the absence of any vibrations while further increasing onboard liveability, comfort, and unparalleled wellbeing, even with a focus on sustainability. A vessel where the exteriors and interiors flow smoothly into one another in a soft, fluid movement of tactile elements and walkable surfaces, from staircases to furniture, from built-in cupboards to furnishings.

This 34-metre yacht – characterised by the pleasant, charming interiors of a loft, ideal to enjoy conviviality while admiring her stylish lines, elegantly-finished details, and all-pervading brightness – flies on the water at 45 knots while maintaining unmatched stability and trim and, thanks to her limited draught, can reach even the most secluded bays. This is, in short, the new AB110. Simply, the AB Yachts tradition taken to the next level.

The 110 has now joined the other yachts of the Group in the quay in Viareggio, ready for sea trials and final fitting-out operations.

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