Danish Yachts is a very modern shipyard located in the far North of Denmark. They have been doing some innovative work in the field and have been experimenting with newer materials with the objective of reducing the weight of the yachts and gain in speed as a result. Their latest offering the 38-meter motor yacht Aero Cruiser 38 II is built to the highest standards of finish, using quality craftsmanship and valued traditions.
The Aero Cruiser 38 II is made from carbon fiber and draws inspiration from the world of private aviation. Danish Yachts have collaborated with LISA Airplanes to develop new projects to create beneficial products and features for the super yacht owners. The Aero Cruiser 38 II features two jet-drives that are powered by a pair of 4,750 horsepower MTU engines. The yacht is able to reach a maximum speed of 50 knots. It even has a low environmental impact, as it consumes less fuel owing to its lightweight construction.
The luxurious needs of the guests have been kept in mind while designing the interiors of the yacht. One of the unique feature of the new yacht is that it can be equipped with a small sized jet ski, the Akoya light carbon fiber aircraft by LISA Airplanes and a small tender. The super yacht designed by Espen Oeino will be ready to sail in early 2011.