The 45m (147.6ft) SPORTADVENTURE 45 is a striking yacht with a 6,000nm range. Bold and contemporary in appearance, rich in features and facilities, she is designed to maximise the potential of her 499GT volume.
This is a semi-custom tri-deck series motor yacht currently in build to RINA classification at the Italian yard Versilcraft. Naval architecture, bright, contemporary interiors and sleek, bold exteriors are all the single vision of La Spezia-based Optima Design. Due for delivery in late 2021, she has a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and her owner will have a choice of three different interior themes and no fewer than six exterior colours.
She makes excellent use of the available outside spaces. These include a spacious sun deck with a jacuzzi as its central feature, a lounge area forward and plenty of space for sun loungers and fitness. The upper deck has a Portuguese bridge forward and a large foredeck terrace for sun lounging, exercise or entertainment and another sun lounge aft. There's a further lounge offering both sun and shade on the main deck aft, where steps lead down to the swim platform and very large beach club with steam room and day head.
Inside, huge picture windows on both upper and main decks flood the interiors with natural light and connect guests with their surroundings and full height sliding glass doors allow inside and outside spaces to merge. Her main deck has a convivial lounge area aft, where the space flows onto the main deck aft, a large formal dining area for up to 12 guests and a media lounge forward with a 65in screen and surround sound. All AV and IT systems are state of the art throughout.
The upper deck master suite is aft facing with its own private terrace, lounge area, his and hers bathroom, dressing room and excellent views due to its elevation. A full beam VIP suite on the main deck has seating areas, a shower room and his and hers bathroom and a double cabin and two twin cabins n the lower deck complete accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins.
Twin 1,600hp Caterpillar engines give her a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. She has a transoceanic range of 6,000nm at 11 knots and zero speed stabilisers provide comfort at anchor on arrival.