A new yacht was launched in Turkey this week as ICT Yachts lowered the 32-metre Andreika in the waters of Istanbul. The Turkish builder worked with H2 Yacht design on the exterior design of the vessel with Laurent Giles Naval Architects having been in charge of the structural design and naval architecture.
Her particularly high volume is unique for a vessel of this size and type and can therefore comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins. Her master suite is spacious and the full-beam layout will give guests a sense of unrestricted freedom.
The same goes for the outdoor deck spaces which are made to host large groups of guests. The sundeck in particular, which stretches the entire length of the superstructure, will be the perfect spot onboard to enjoy the natural surroundings from.
On a technical level, Laurent Giles developed the semi-displacement hull shape especially for this project which is designed to deliver a comfortable ride in all conditions. Andreika can cruise at 16-18 knots with a range of 600-800 nautical miles. At an even more economical speed of 10.5 knots, she will be able to reach 2,000 nm while only consuming 57 litres per hour.