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Antarctica Explorer Yacht

The construction of the Explorer yacht Antarctica, with an impressive length of 80 meters, showcases the robust and reliable nature of a steel hull. Steel has long been a preferred material for large vessels due to its exceptional strength, durability, and versatility. The following text delves into the key aspects of the construction process, highlighting the significance of steel and its various applications throughout the yacht. Continue to read.


Antarctica 80 metes, has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 14 guests in 7 suites. She is also capable of carrying up to 23 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.


Built with a steel hull and steel superstructure, she offers greater on-board space and is more stable when at anchor thanks to her full-displacement hull. Powered by 2 x MTU engines, she comfortably cruises at 12,5 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 20 knots with a range of up to 6.500 nautical miles from her large fuel tanks at 12 knots. An advanced stabilisation system on board reduces the side-to-side roll of the yacht and promises guests exceptional comfort levels at anchor or when underway.


Her features include beauty salon, underwater lights, beach club, a large main saloon ,  a dancefloor where you and your guests can celebrate in style. You can recreate the full cinema experience while at sea with the included movie theatre or visit the sauna and disconnect in peace and quiet.  Gym with all the latest equipment is available for a good work out.  You'll find some impressive features are seamlessly integrated to help you, particularly an elevator, making any part of the yacht quickly and easily accessible.

Seamlessly travel from land to see thanks to the helipad or stay connected to the outside world on long voyages with satellite communications.  On board Wi-Fi and stay connected at all times. You can stay comfortable on board whatever the weather, with air conditioning during your navigation.