Sporty and spacious. The ultimate boat for small cruises


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L’Advanced Yachts A44 is the boat smaller among those displayed by the shipyard in its booth at the Milan Yachting Week. It is a day cruiser, a boat less than the fourteen meters which is appreciated by both those who have had larger boats in the past and those who have never had a boat before.


Designed to be fast and easy to maneuver

The design of this boat was entrusted to the skillful pencil of Roberto Biscontini, backed by many years of experience in the international arena as well as in the America’s Cup world. Hull, appendages and sail plan are therefore designed to ensure efficient and fast sailing in all conditions, allowing the owner to enjoy a high-performance sport boat. Starboard bow, fixed bowsprit and maximum beam aft are the main features of this boat, designed to be fun but also easy to maneuver and steer, even with only two people on board.

Great for day trips but also for small cruises

On deck, the design is striking in its choice of materials and organization of space, which is built around the square that houses the table with fold-down flaps and double seating. There is plenty of space on board for day trips, but also for small cruises with 4 comfortable guests in the two double cabins. There is no shortage of a large bathroom and galley in theAdvanced Yachts A44, with spaces designed to offer great habitability, and a compartment that can be used as a sailor’s cabin or used for storage. The great care that Advanced Yachts provides to the owner also allows them to sew their own boat to themselves and have a semi-custom boat that reflects the owner’s wishes.

Contact Advanced Yachts to find out more

Click here to email the shipyard and request all the information you want, directly from Advanced Yachts’ booth at Milan Yachtign Week.



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