Alloy Yachts | From US$ 89,250/wk Special
34.20 metres | 10 Guests | 5 Cabins | 6 Crew
AKIKO (ex VvS1) was launched by the New Zealand shipyard Alloy Yachts in 2007 and refitted in 2016. An exceptional explorer vessel with naval architecture, exterior and interior design by Gregory C. Marshall, she can accommodate up to 10 charter guests over 5 beautifully furnished staterooms. A highly-skilled and professional crew of 6 offers a 24-hour service creating a memorable charter experience for all on board. AKIKO is an award-wining superyacht having received five major honours at the 2008 World Superyacht Awards.
SPECIAL FEATURES OF AKIKO:
~ versatile superyacht ~ beautiful interiors with great collection of art ~ Cinema ~ Bar ~ Dive equipment ~ Water toys & two tenders ~ Sunbathing area ~ gym equipment ~ stabilisers both underway and at anchor ~ air-conditioning ~ WiFi
One of the notable points of AKIKO is her sturdy construction, built to very high standards. She is extremely quiet with at anchor and underway stabilisers providing great comfort to guests. Her interior design is modern, yet warm and inviting, with plenty of fantastic artwork to admire. She is an expedition style yacht and flexible enough to enter small bays, anchor near coral atolls or can offer a game fishing experience over submarine reefs to her guests.
Accommodation boasts spacious staterooms spread over the main, lower and bridge decks, and boasts amazing and authentic Aboriginal art. The main deck features a beautiful beam-wide VIP stateroom with a King-sized bed as well as a spacious ensuite bathroom with a bath tub and luxurious marble top. The suite faces aft.
The lower deck accommodation comprises two twin cabins with a bunk bed and a single bed in each. These staterooms face forward and are suitable for two adults or three children. Each has a good-sized ensuite bathroom. Furthermore, a double cabin is also located here, spreading the entire beam and facing aft; also with ensuite bathroom.
The master cabin is located on the bridge deck and is facing forward. There is a large king-sized bed and the stateroom has large 180° windows, ensuite bathroom with a his and hers sink, separate toilet, walk-in wardrobe and a large shower.
Galley is open and located at the entry to the main saloon and also leads to the crew area. Al fresco dining possibility on the main deck seats up to 10 guests on a sofa and five chairs, while the interior dining area seats up to 8-10 guests in a more formal setting. There is also a spacious lounge area adjacent to the dining space, with a comfortable sofa and a TV room/library.
Up on the flybridge, there is another common area for about 14 people - a great place for evening cocktails, canapés and socialising. This area is enclosed to be protected from various weather conditions, while the exterior part has a large sunbrella placed aft of the flybridge.
The swim platform offers easy access to the water and toys, as well as a live bait tank and a barbecue.
Powered by two 425hp Caterpillar 3406E diesel engines she can reach a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots, while having a range of 4000 nautical miles at a cruising speed. Her fuel consumption is 115 litres per hour.