The new 32.3-metre motoryacht Andreika by ICT Yachts has recently been launched in Istanbul after completing her sea trials.
Andreika features both exterior and interior styling by London-based studio H2 Yacht Design, while her naval architecture and structural design have been developed by Laurent Giles. Andreika is meant to be the first in a range produced for Alpha Custom Yacht, a division of the Mexican company Performance Boats.
Among Andreika’s most impressive features, there are generous deck spaces dedicated to al fresco relaxation, such as a main-deck dining area and a spacious sundeck.
The interior below decks is provided with plenty of natural light thanks to large rectangular portholes, while extensive glazing on the main deck should make for a particularly bright interior on this level as well.
The vessel can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests across five staterooms, including the full-beam owner’s cabin.
This 210 GT yacht has been built to RINA standards from a composite hull and superstructure, featuring a 8.1 metre beam and a maximum draught of 1.8 metres.
As explained by Stephen Wallis from Laurent Giles Naval Architects, Andreika’s semi-displacement hull form has been tank tested in Southampton, with the propeller tunnelling, stern wedges and spray rails carefully adjusted to optimise performance in both calm water and irregular head seas.
Andreika is propelled by a hybrid diesel propulsion system allowing for comfortable cruising at 18 knots and for a top speed exceeding 20 knots. Travelling at a speed of 10.5 knots, Andreika will have a maximum range of 2000 nautical miles.