The futuristic trimaran was built for exploring the world and continues her round the world journey and arrives in Maldives next week.
This 42.6 metre superyacht was designed by British Naval Architect John Shuttleworth and built by MaConaghy Boats. Adastra – “to the stars” – has been the centre of attention in South East Asia, Pacific Islands, Caribbean Islands, North and South America, West Europe, Mediterranean Countries, Saudi Rea Sea and Dubai. She has crossed the Pacific, transited the Panama Canal and Suez, crossed the Atlantic many times and is able to do so twice on one tank of fuel.
Adastra was made for adventure. Perfect for island hopping, her shallow 1.6 metre draft allows her to access hard-to-reach anchorages, shallow bays and anchor close to shore.
Adastra’s 16 metre beam makes for comfortable and stable crossing, guests onboard can enjoy the open living spaces to the fullest. The main saloon benefits from large wrap-around windows with an overhead skylight, while below, extra space has been created by flaring the central hull above the waterline. She can sleep up to nine guests in three cabins.
There are spaces for soaking up the sun on board. The foredeck is accessed through the main saloon and features a large sunbed that can be shaded with an awning suspended from carbon-fibre poles set into the deck. In the evenings, guests can retreat to the aft deck and dine al fresco, come rain or shine, thanks to a hardtop bimini and a set of sliding covers. At night, its underside glows blue, which only adds to its Bond aesthetic.
For more information and charter requests in Maldives, please contact Ahmed Naushad at +960 7777312, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.