The Aguti motor yacht is the world's first luxury yacht to combine traditional wooden shipbuilding with high-tech composite construction. Built at the company's headquarters in Langenargen on Lake Constance, this one-of-a-kind yacht inspires with its unsurpassed design style and elegance, the use of the finest materials, and particularly with its outstanding sailing properties. Designer and owner Andreas Grieger created a yacht with timeless design style and elegant contours. The long bow and the distinct stern express the power and majestic sportiness of the yacht.
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Where the old and new design technologies came together most were in the hull. Here, the traditional yacht construction of utilising precious woods — in this case, mahogany — was upgraded with the integration of carbon fibre and epoxy resin. This process took 50, hours of craftsmanship, 40 cubic metres of mahogany, 50 cubic metres of cedar, square meters of carbon fibre, and two tonnes of epoxy to complete, but the end result — a ship that had the visual appeal of a traditional wooden boat with the advantages of a modern composite yacht — was more than worth it.
Not only is it clean, crisp, and curvaceous, while also being angular, it cuts through the waves off the south of France like a hot knife through butter, due in large part to its twin cylinder MAN engines, which each develop 1,hp and together produce a maximum speed of 32 knots. All that power is hidden beneath a beautifully fitted heat-treated teak deck, spreading from bow to stern, including the extendable bathing platform. The saloon and kitchen lead you to three spacious bedrooms more so than most London flats which feature red mahogany furnishings, king-sized beds, and bathrooms finished in natural stone.
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