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The Open and Airy Yara 44 Superyacht

By Brody Patterson


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ISA Yachts has teamed up with Omega Architects and Vas Oossanen Naval Architects to design and build the 44-meter Yara 44 superyacht.

Featuring an airy atmosphere, with an abundance of natural light thanks to the full height windows, the ship’s accommodations comprise 5 rooms, including 2 twins, two VIP cabins, and the sumptuous owner’s suite. Remarkably, the aft saloon can be converted from an exterior space into an interior space, using a straightforward sliding and folding glass-door system, allowing the owner to adapt to various weather conditions. Another area everyone on board will certainly enjoy is the aft beach club, which features a sauna and a recreational area with a counter cabinet for drinks.

There’s also a Jacuzzi located aft which provides excellent sea views, in addition to a light sundeck with a 360 degree panorama. The foredeck, on the other hand, is mostly a crew area, however this is where you’ll find a 6 meter tender, MOB, and a ski jet served by a crane.

Yara 44 comes with three engine options, the most powerful of which gives her a top speed of 30 knots, while the basic 2 X MTU 16V 2000 2 X MTU 16V 2000 engine setup means a maximum speed of 24 knots.

[SuperYacht Times]

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