Italian brand Advanced Yachts first appeared in public during boat show to Genoa in 2010. Twenty-meter yacht from a new yard, which is shortly before the premiere created by experienced yachtsmen wife Marco Tursini (Marco Tursini) and Antonella di Leo, immediately attracted everyone's attention. the Advanced 66 was designed by the architectural company Reichel &Pugh, the same company created and the model >Advanced A80. In 2015 Advanced A80 Apsaras won the ARC in the cruise division.
Later, to work on new models of joined-known in narrow circles of the designer Roberto Biscontini (Roberto Biscontini) prior to that, he worked 25 years in various syndicates America's Cup, including Il Moro di Venezia, BMW Oracle Racing and Team NZ. Together with Mario Pedol (Mario Pedol), with whom they have been friends for over 30 years, Biscontini created two new models of Advanced A44, and A60. The first of them >got the title of European Yacht of the year 2015.
the Headquarters of the company are located in Milan. In 2016, distribution of Advanced Yachts has been the company Berthon Boat, which also Advanced, successfully represents the American and British markets products Nautor's Swan, Baltic, Solaris, Shipman and Southern Wind.
Advanced Yachts builds polycestinae sailing >gonochniy cruise and yachts with hulls of fiberglass and/or carbon composite with a length from 44 to 100 feet. Model Advanced A62 is built in two versions — the racing version with housing made of carbon fiber and cruise with housing made of fiberglass reinforced carbon fiber.
Advanced Yacht Yachts are reliable, good qualities of speed, seaworthiness and competitiveness in regattas. Advanced yachts are also highlighted in the interior design and layout with open areas and a large area of glazing. In the process of creating models of Advanced Yachts uses modern technologies and materials, and professional software, for example v. P. P, to predict the speed performance of the yacht in various courses. Each boat Advanced custom-made, unique and specific to its owner.