Monday, January 16, 2012

Kestrel Superyachts Deliver First "Kestrel 106"

Kestrel Superyachts were pleased to announce the delivery of their first Kestrel 106' yacht last month by the Aganlar boatyard in Bodrum, Turkey. She has classical exterior lines which start from her flared clipper bow right the way along the yacht to the stern, designed by one of the greatest designers, Ron Holland. Kestrel Superyachts first presented Ron Holland with the concept of putting family and fun back into sailing over 5 years ago, and the elegant Kestrel 106' was the outcome of this design team. A Superyacht of world class design fit to travel anywhere on the planet.

The Kestrel is 106ft (32m) in length, has a beam of 6.74m and a draught of 2.9m, the interior design was by McWhirter Morris and a Kestrel Superyacht design team. Her flared bow and volume below deck has allowed for a forward VIP cabin, 2 guest cabins and an aft owners cabin, this doesn't include the accommodation for a crew of 4. Few sailing yachts of this length can offer 4 en-suite cabins of generous proportions and crew accommodation for 4.

This yacht meets the desires of the whole family and not just the sailing enthusiasts among them, her supreme stability, comfort and vast living space ensures that non sailing guest can enjoy themselves in equal measure to the sailing enthusiasts.

The Kestrel 106' is currently for sale at a price of €7.5 million, meanwhile she is available for charter through Watkins Superyachts.

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