Destined for those who enjoy cruises over open seas and ocean, the new Kestrel 106, a yacht with superb pedigree, was presented to the public in the form of images. Designed by the British yacht-manufacturers Watkins Superyachts, the vessel presents itself as a 32.4-meter cruiser, with full space, gorgeous style and slick shapes, all meant for speed and luxury.
The chief designer of the yacht was Ron Holland, a great superyacht designer of our times, whose great talent is in combining superb style with high performance and futuristic visions. This boat simply inspires grace and pace, as it was described, while its name (a species of falcon) is totally relevant regarding its slick design, but all these are combined with a few details that make the yacht very enjoyable, party-wise.
The space is beautifully distributed throughout the yacht, in a forward VIP cabin, convertible cockpit with cushioned sliding benches, hydraulic opening transom/swim platform, two double cabins with Pullmans each, deck salon with raised dining and seating area that can host 10 occupants, lower level seating with games-table, wet-bar on deck plus the master of them all, the full-beam owner’s cabin.
Stay tuned till we find out more detailed information regarding this beautiful masterpiece of the seas.