After the debut of the first 110 Century yacht at the Miami International Boat Show in 2016, Astondoa has now launched the second unit, and the process of delivering this custom-made model yacht to a European client is imminent.

With 100 years of history, the company has grown from strength-to-strength, and four generations of the Astondoa family dedication to the manufacture of ships, is a nod to Astondoa Group’s heritage, quality and avant-garde designs, crafting exclusive and unique boats for owner’s yachting pleasure at sea.

The recent launch of the second unit of the 110 Century reinforced the message that conveys the company’s commitment throughout the years that they have remained firmly committed to technology, and their foundation has been based on design and innovation.

Designed by Cristiano Gatto to a chic-modern style, the interior design is fully customised to provide maximum comfort, as it is with all models of Astondoa, to step up to the tastes and desires of its owner.

This model, measuring 33.5 metres in length, consists of five cabins, a master cabin in the bow, two VIP bedrooms and two guestrooms. Both the kitchen and the barbecue area as well as the bar and outdoor dining area allow the yacht owner to host a large group of people for lunch or dinner, making the most use of space.

Among the most innovative elements, highlights a top cover with spacious walkaround or the “Sky Lounge” which is a special space for meetings and social life on board.

The new “110 Century” by Astondoa – as the word suggests celebrates the brand’s 100-year history and four generations in shipbuilding, as well as honouring the spirit of the nautical industry in Spain and the international yachting market.

Currently, Astondoa already has a presence in the international market and the model yachts are well-received and distributed across Europe (France, Monaco, Italy and Poland), Russia, Dubai, Lebanon, Thailand and the United States and Mexico.

For more details on Astondoa, please visit the official website here.

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