AvA Yachts has announced that it has sold its 3rd Kando110 model to a Norwegian customer. The yacht’s metal is currently being cut, and it is scheduled for delivery in late 2024, with the keel-laying taking place in mid-January.
With a six-stateroom layout and the master on main deck configuration, Hull #3 will offer the same voluminous interior and ultra-long range capability as its predecessors, Lady Caroline and Infinity Nine. The third Kando110 is a 35m wide-beam full displacement explorer yacht that is constructed with a high-grade steel hull and an aluminium superstructure with an impressive range well in excess of 6,500 nautical miles.
Atilla Küçükdiker, the Chairman and Founder of AvA Yachts, said, “We are really delighted with this order following so closely after the very recent deliveries of Lady Caroline and Infinity Nine. It further demonstrates customer faith in the Kando Series as being a world-beating ultra-long range and hugely fuel-efficient proper explorer yacht fleet. These are exciting times for AvA Yachts, and watch this space for exciting announcements forthcoming very soon”.
The Kando 110 boasts a high level of standard equipment, which includes Volvo-Penta D16 Tier III compliant engines, Kohler gensets, Böning monitoring systems, Sleipner stabilisers, Webasto aircon, 12mm teak exterior decking, Awlgrip paint, Opacmare transformer and a 5.5m RIB tender.
About AvA Yachts
The company was established by a group of naval architects in 2005 and bases its operations out of a 5000 square meter enclosed area in the Antalya Freezone, employing more than 140 qualified workers, stylists and designers. Their benchmark range is the Kando series of explorer yachts, which are available in five sizes, and are capable of a 7,000 nautical mile range with low fuel consumption.
The Kando series of explorer motor yachts comprises:
- Kando90 – A 28m long-range explorer yacht
- Kando120 – A 37m long-range explorer yacht
- Kando130 – A 40m long-range explorer yacht
- Kando150XL – A 47m long range explorer yacht
- and the Kando110
For more information on the company, visit www.avayachts.com.
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