The yacht marks the second in the shipyard's series of Kando compact explorer yachts and features a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and bulbous bow.
Infinity Nine has a full custom interior with plenty of natural light throughout thanks to tall windows. The interior styling is contemporary, focusing on natural woods, animal-print patterns and discreet lighting. In the main saloon, the design team has used a mix of curved lines and sculptural elements to create an elegant living space, complete with a lounge area aft and formal dining forward.
The yacht has a six-cabin layout which includes an upper deck master with access to its own private exterior deck via sliding glass doors.
The yacht has a volume of 333GT and a range of well over 6,500 nautical miles, making her well-suited to adventure. The crew quarters can accommodate a staff of six in three cabins, including a separate captain’s double cabin.
Other key features include an extended swim platform at the stern and a gym on the upper deck. Infinity Nine also benefits from a Jacuzzi and a number of al fresco areas where guests can stretch out and relax.
Chairman and founder of AvA Yachts, Atilla Küçükdiker, said the delivery marked a proud and happy day. "We describe our Kando series yachts as contemporary explorers and Infinity Nine really is a superb demonstration of both contemporary style, inside and out, and superb exploration potential with class-beating efficiency [and] huge storage and interior volume," he said.
He added that the yacht had an "immensely strong and rugged hull" with impressive steel thickness. "We are sad to say farewell but bon voyage Infinity Nine," he said.
Infinity Nine is currently en route to Monaco and will be berthed in Port Hercules. She will be available for yacht charters in the Mediterranean.