Designed by the Naval Architect Vripack, Axantha II is by her shape and her profile thought for faraway destination. Her hull and superstructures made of aluminium, give her a moderate displacement which, combined with reasonably sized engine, allow her to reach a speed of 14.8 knots. A consumption of only 93.5 litres to 11.3 knots, allows for 7900 miles autonomy, perfect for ocean voyage.
A classic and very luxurious interior awaits the guests of AXANTHA II.
Special attention was paid to the guests comfort in particular the sound and vibration, she is whisper quiet both underway and at anchor. She also boasts expansive deck spaces and a long cruising range minimising it necessary to fuel during charter. The interior layout and passenger flow intend to offer guests the enjoyment of all outdoor aft areas, i.e. the lounges and access to the sea. As for the forward part, it is dedicated for the crew and has direct access to the forward deck. This large and clear forward deck (or tender deck) enables the storage of two 5.6 meter ribs, ready for exploration.