Video: Superyacht AVIVA Appears At Abeking & Rasmussen Shipyard
The largest superyacht ever built by the German shipyard, the 98m/321ft motor yacht AVIVA captured the attention of all around her when she was spotted outsider her shed at the Abeking & Rasmussen facility in Lemwerder.
Believed to be the successor to the 68m/223ft luxury yacht ‘AVIVA’ delivered from the same shipyard in 2007, the brand new AVIVA made quite the impression on the industry as she was spotted over the weekend.
Getting a better look at her sharp exterior lines and the distinct blues and greys of her hull and superstructure, the latest footage nicely reveals the artistry carried out by Reymond Langton Design, the exterior stylists responsible for her profile.
With a cutaway section noticeable at the transom, there’s every reason to suspect that superyacht AVIVA will feature a tender garage or a beach club complete with a retractable balcony.
As a private yacht designed for an owner who reportedly spent much of his time living on his previous yachts, it will be no surprise should the interior include a private office as well as other features designed for luxury living.
In earlier interviews, the owner suggested that his next motor yacht would be something of a floating gallery, hosting a selection of artworks from his own collection. In addition to such visual accents, he also hinted at the idea of integrating a paddle court.
As AVIVA is currently shrouded in something of a mystery, YachtCharterFleet will be sure to keep readers updated as new information becomes available.
Just like her predecessors, superyacht AVIVA is sure to create a sensation when she hits the water