Length: 42.48′ Breadth: 13,64′.
This is the smallest motor yacht in Astondoa’s Flybridge range. Built using state-of-the-art lamination processes, the Astondoa 44 Flybridge offers a smooth and stable ride.
The hull is made of infusion-based fibreglass and Kevlar® for optimal resistance and durability in a lightweight ship. The exterior has an elegant and modern design that includes innovative and functional solutions such as a bow with a square tip and a flybridge dinette.
The exterior of the Astondoa 44 Flybridge stands out for its unmistakable and spectacular lines, particularly the flybridge overhang, the side windows above the waterline and the exclusive format of the square bow that increases the usable space of that area.
The elegant and comfortable mats located on the rooftop sunbed, which covers a 2 x 2.1 metre area, are coordinated with the rest of the exterior upholstery.
The teak-lined aft deck has a spacious seat with room for four, and a large trapdoor in the floor provides access to the engines. The stairs leading to the flybridge have teak steps for optimal comfort and safety.
The open area of the 3.95 x 1.35 metre swim platform can optionally be lined with top-quality Burmese teak.
The elements and finishes used in the 44 Flybridge convey the feeling of an exclusive and refined vessel.
In addition to an elegant design and top-quality finishes, the 44 Flybridge is also equipped with practical and functional elements.
It remains true to the spirit of Astondoa and stands out for the quality materials and high-end finishes. Light is combined with natural materials to create simple yet comfortable spaces.
The saloon, which is located by the entrance, has a bright and minimalist design.
The interior has enough space to fit three cabins as well as two full bathrooms.
Identical cabins are located on the starboard and port sides. The owner’s exclusive cabin and the starboard bathroom are fully equipped and designed in line with the rest of the ship.
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Astondoa’s 44 Flybridge is designed to include the latest Volvo IPS 500-D5-370D-E engines. Each engine has a maximum speed of 33 knots. The cruising speed in normal weather and load conditions is approximately 25 knots.