Tony Parker has taken delivery of the 35-meter AvA Yachts Infinity Nine.
The yacht is the second in the shipyard’s Kando compact explorer yacht series, and it has a steel hull, an aluminum superstructure, and a bulbous bow.
The custom-designed interior of Infinity Nine is flooded with natural light due to the building’s tall windows. Contemporary interior design emphasizes
The yacht is well-suited for exploration with a volume of 333GT and a range of more than 6,500 nautical miles. Six crew members can sleep in the crew quarters’ three cabins, including the captain in a double cabin.
There is also a fitness facility on the upper deck and an expanded swim platform at the stern. A Jacuzzi and several outdoor spaces are also available at Infinity Nine for visitors to stretch out and unwind.
Natural materials, patterned in animal prints, and dim lighting. The design team produced an exquisite living environment with a lounge area aft and formal dining ahead in the main saloon by combining curved lines and sculptural accents.
There are six cabins total on the yacht, including a master suite on the top deck with sliding glass doors connecting to a private external veranda.
Atilla Kücükdiker, chairman and inventor of AvA Yachts, described the delivery as a day of pride and joy. “We refer to the yachts in our Kando series as contemporary explorers, and Infinity Nine exemplifies both contemporary styles inside and out as well as exceptional exploration capability with class-leading efficiency and enormous storage and interior volume,” he said.
He added that the yacht’s “extremely sturdy and rugged hull” featured a remarkable steel thickness. “We are sad to see Infinity Nine go, but we wish her well on her journey,” he said.
The Infinity Nine is on its way to Monaco, where it will dock at Port Hercules. She will be available for yacht excursions in the Mediterranean.