We are introducing a regular feature ‘Asia Yacht Focus’ where we will either profile a Chinese or Asian-built yacht for our readers, or a yacht delivered to an owner based in Asia.
We hope this shows the diversity, design and innovation that is emerging with the market.
Today, our post is about Adastra, a trimaran built by Zhuhai-based McConaghy Boats and designed by UK-based Shuttleworth Design with interiors styled by Jepsen Designs.
Adastra’s visionary hydrodynamic design catapulted the high-powered trimaran into the luxury yacht sector with her being awarded a commendation for Most Innovative Design at the 2013 World Superyacht Awards.
Built for long-range cruising, its speed and stability enables it to cut through the choppiest waves. And what the 42.5- metre (140-foot) long Adastra lacks in on board space it makes up for in comfort and style, with a lounge, bar and dining area enclosed in panoramic windows that allow for exceptional views.
Comfortably sleeping 9 with 5/6 crew, she is ideal for cruising in Southeast Asia and guaranteed to turn heads.