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IAG Yachts reports new order for a 41m superyacht

IAG Yachts ended 2011 on a high note with the launch of the 30 metre raised pilothouse motor yacht Electra, and the Chinese yard has more good news with the announcement of a new order, a 41 metre trideck motor yacht.

RINA classed and a future flagship of this young shipyard, the IAG 135 will be built in composite with a light displacement of 280 tons. The yacht has been designed in collaboration with the owner himself.

The spacious interior will accommodate 10 guests in five cabins including a full-beam master suite on the main deck, and three double and a twin cabin on the lower deck.

The IAG 135 will be powered by twin MTU engines.

Known currently by its project name King Baby, the first IAG 135 yacht will be delivered to her American owner within 23 months.

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