Ordered in May last year, the second hull of the IAG Yachts' Electra 100 motor yacht series is now ready for an imminent delivery.
Slightly larger than her sister launched in 2011, the new motor yacht has a length of 31.6m. RINA-Classed and built in composite, she's designed by YD&AS, the Italian company who are also responsible for the IAG 127 No Bada Bees, ex-Primadonna.
Her interior layout comprises a lounge with a separate dining area in front of the wheelhouse. Eight guests are accommodated in four cabins on the lower deck, including a full-beam master suite, a VIP and two twins.
Powered by twin 1,342kW MTU engines, she reaches a top speed of 25 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. The yacht is also equipped of twin 55kW Kohler generators, a Wesmar thruster, Seakeeper gyro stabilisers and more.
With this new yacht delivered, IAG is continuing the construction of King Baby, its future flagship, scheduled for a delivery next year. And the yard has also started the construction of a new series, the Noblestar Terrazza 133.