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Advanced A80: A Brand New Entry in Advanced Yachts Ranks

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A lively 44’ and an imperial 80’: two big novelties from Advanced Yachts, the most innovative Italian brand that in just five years has managed to carve out a position of absolute respect in terms of quality, functionality and reliability.

Outside like a Lamborghini and inside a quality design loft, Advanced A44 is the proud winner of “European Yacht of The Year 2015” Award. Advanced A80 is a real blue water thoroughbred in which elegance and high performance meet in a perfect match.

After being officially presented at Cannes Yachting Festival, our A80 is going to be exhibited at Monaco Yacht Show (23-26 sept) together with A44.

Advanced Italian Yachts, to design the flagship of its line, confirmed the successful team already engaged for their A66: the american naval architects John Reichel and Jim Pugh of Reichel/Pugh and the Italian yacht designers Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yachts.

The innovative A80 hull shape met the team’s goals for top performance and wide volumes. The rudder shape and fin profile are the result of state-of-the-art research for performance, control and easy handling in any weather condition.

Screen Shot 2015 09 18 at 15.57.21The development and optimization of the Advanced A80 hull shape benefits from Reichel/Pugh’s experience designing the most competitive yachts on the international racing circuit today. Their state-of-the-art design tools have been developed in-house over 30 years of racing yacht design and are used to optimize hull shapes, appendages and rig design.

Comfort, elegance and performance inspired the Advanced A80 design. Large aft volumes and deck geometries speak of speed, efficiency and modernity.

A main characteristic of Advanced Italian Yachts is the search for complete integration between the inside and the outside. With the A80, thanks to a glass window deck house, you can experience intense brightness while enjoying an all around view of the outside, a feature that usually big motor boats only have.

An oversize aft deck offers different areas to owners and guests: a dining cockpit with two sofas and extendable tables, a relaxation area close to the manoeuvring area and a sunbathing area to the stern. The deck of this entire surface is on a continuous level with no steps, bulky superstructures or obstacles to movement fore and aft. All this without affecting the generous roominess below deck.

Screen Shot 2015 09 18 at 16.07.48The A80’s streamlined coachroof is a Nauta Design trademark while her beamy hull has large interior volumes where designers Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino planed three roomy layouts to satisfy the requirements of experienced owners. Hull number one will have the owner’s suite aft configuration where a full beam cabin with a splitted bathroom features a centrally placed king-sized bed and two side sofas beds. This flexible space can be cleverly divided to obtain two smaller cabins.

Twin en suite guest cabins are midships. The full beam saloon is flooded by light through skylights and four large windows offer magnificent sea views. Layout features a large dining area port and a living area starboard. Galley and crew quarters are forward and feature a crew mess and two crew cabins.

Other options include two versions of an owner’s suite with walk-in closet forward configuration. One version has galley, chart table and two crew cabins aft, the other has an American style open galley amid-ships, close to the saloon with two guests cabins and one double crew cabin aft.

The Advanced A80 uses the most innovative and advanced construction materials and techniques. Sandwich panels with fibreglass and carbon reinforcements are impregnated with epoxy resins infused under vacuum and reinforced with unidirectional carbon fibre in high load areas. Moreover, to increase hull stiffness and save weight in the upper area, improving stability, it has been chosen a full carbon deck. Both hull and deck are made from female moulds for a very light, stiff hull with perfect surface finishing. Our production process guarantees performance and durability. 

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