Andante 472 AC
The superstructure and layout of the Andante Aft Cabin is totally different from those of the Open Cabin, and yet the ‘Andante character’ has been 100% preserved. This version has 2 bathrooms and 3 sleeping cabins as standard; a large master bedroom and a front and central cabin. The elevated gangways create a lot of practical usable space for, say, storage and the installation of equipment. The galley is built across the full width of the yacht under the high gangway of the long foredeck. There are unimpeded views and plenty of light entering through the front and side windows. The external steering position has an elevated seat giving an optimal view. The short aft deck offers a seating facility by utilising the short swimming platform. When moored up, the swimming platform also forms part of the stairway up to the high main aft deck.
|Length Overall:||14,15 m|
A new classic Andante
You do not have to love the classics to be touched by Mozart’s Symphony No.1 played in Andante tempo. The spirited calmness of this piece is comparable to sailing on the ‘Canal du Midi’, where a new experience awaits beyond every bend, bridge or lock, and where the freedom of this resplendent waterway and the wind clears your head and the waves charge the battery of the inner self. You can get all this positive energy on board of the Andante. The Andante is a leading new motor yacht from Aquanaut with a revolutionary shape and unique features such as: more speed with less fuel, a vertical and spherical front window group and a contemporary interior characterised by light, space and comfort. The Andante is a cross between an open cockpit, a trawler and a top cockpit motor yacht. A motor yacht that is just as progressive as Mozart was. Call the Andante therefore a new classic.
For a composer the musical journey begins with a blank piece of paper and a desire to turn it into something beautiful. For the water sporter the journey begins with making an inventory of sailing wishes, for example: how far, comfortable and safe do you wish to sail, with how many people and for how long? Do you see the ocean as the limit or as part of your itinerary?