, 2022-07-07 05:08:47,
The 35 metre Kando 110 has been seen in daylight for the first time as she is rolled out of the sheds at the AvA Yachts shipyard in Antalya, Turkey.
Named Infinity Nine, she was commissioned by NBA star Tony Parker and is the second in the shipyard’s series of compact explorer yachts. The Kando 110 features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a bulbous bow and has been described by the AvA Yachts as a “class-beater for this size of steel explorer yacht.”
The hull and superstructure are now complete
At 320 GT, Infinity Nine features a custom interior with a six-cabin layout and an upper deck master with its own private deck. The crew quarters meanwhile will accommodate a staff of six in three cabins, including a separate captain’s double cabin. Key features include an extended swim platform at the stern, gym on the upper deck and “radical” interior design, according to the yard.
She has a range of over 6,000 nautical miles the only plans to cruise far and wide following her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
The four decked yacht will feature a “light, contemporary” interior design chosen by Parker and his wife
Atilla Küçükdiker, chairman and founder of AvA Yachts, said “Seeing Infinity Nine in the open air side-on, painted, and majestic in all her glory is a really proud moment for myself and the AVA Yachts team. We are now on the finishing straight to her completion and will very soon deliver Tony Parker the superb yacht he wants.
“Having overcome covid issues and supply chain issues resulting in her delay, we are really thankful to him as a customer for being so understanding and we are looking forward to showing her off to the world at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September,” he adds.
The 35 metre yacht will be powered by twin Volvo-Penta 650hp engines for a range of 6,400 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 10 knots.
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