The hull and superstructure have been completed and the engines and generators have been installed. “The prior client whom ordered the yacht backed away from the deal along with five million euros that was invested”, Jones explained.
“The boat currently sits at the Eurocraft yard in Italy awaiting the signing of a new contract. I am the central agent for the vessel along with central agency for the Tiranian range”, he added.
The full beam main deck comprises the main salon, with separate dining area and the owner stateroom with a spa area, an extra owner’s study and a notable window design. Two hydraulically operated foldable balconies extend the scope of the owner’s quarters. The galley and crew mess are also located on the main deck.
The lower deck encompasses four guest cabins, all equipped with double sinks. The Crew accommodation is located in the bow.
Other notable features include a large pilothouse with a separate radio room, a spacious aft garage to house the owner’s tender and jet skis, with a separate crew tender housed in the bow section.
At this stage of the build process Anatomic 42 comes in two versions. The ‘open version’ offers a flybridge layout with a lounge area, a long bar, a dining table and a whirlpool with spacious sunbathing area.
The ‘targa version’ provides a large sky salon with a generous bar and a spacious lounge area, the highlight being a sliding glass roof.
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