Previously known as Project Globalfast, the striking explorer yacht was unveiled at the yard’s state-of-the-art AMC hub in Freemantle last month. Featuring an all-aluminum hull and superstructure, the 1,561GT yacht's exterior design has been helmed by industry powerhouse Espen Øino International and represents the second hull in the yard's Silver World Explorer series.
Key features include the same iconic utilitarian profile as her sistership BOLD, with tinted bespoke glazing above a series of geometric panels. She also comes equipped with magnetic electric motors for her bow and stern thrusters, a top speed of 23 knots and impressive autonomous range – at an equally impressive cruising speed of 17 knots – of 4,500 nautical miles.
Although little is known about the yacht’s interiors, we do know there are some key differences to her predecessor. These include a 490m² owner’s deck, home to an expansive luxurious loft area, winter garden and full-beam stateroom featuring a private study and lounge. Meanwhile, her main deck houses the remaining cabins for up to 16 guests, with direct access to the vast fully-certified helideck on her stern.
This area can be converted into a dance floor or alfresco cinema, as well as playing host to a hangar and abundant toy storage, with an 8-tonne crane and folding bulwarks making launching of the tenders and toys infinitely easier.
Upon delivery, it is not expected that motor yacht WANDERLUST will be available to charter.
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