Heysea’s tenth hull of Asteria 108 arrived in Hong Kong on 8 July where she will stay for a short period before continuing her cruising journey in South East Asia and then making her way to Melbourne.
The all-GRP superyacht has been fully customised to the owner’s requests. With her sharp body and pearled ivory exterior, she was designed to have a contemporary look that would not depreciate as the superyacht market fluctuates with changing trends.
Her concept emphasises the lifestyle of seclusion. The 32.9-metre vessel can accommodate up to 10 guests on board.
Power to the yacht is provided by twin Caterpillar 1900hp engines which enable her to reach a maximum speed of 22 knots.
Interiors combine traditional and contemporary styling, using dark tones, hand-crafted furniture and white upholstery embedded with metal and wood decor.
The style embodies the “good old days”, which appeals to the owner’s nostalgic imagination.
A pair of Caterpillar 1900HP engines produce a maximum speed of 22 knots.
The shipyard has already announced the construction of the eleventh Asteria 108. The eleventh Asteria 108 yacht has been extended to 34.1 metres to include a multi-functional cabana and a large-scale French window located in the saloon.
This year, 2020, is proving to be a busy one for the Heysea yard, with the launch of the first Asteria 126 yacht in March and the Heysea Atlantic 115 Dopamine back in January.