Elandess is a motor yacht with a length of 74.5m. The yacht's builder is Abeking & Rasmussen from Germany who delivered superyacht Elandess in 2018. The superyacht has a beam of 12.8m and a volume of 2,065 GT.

The Elandess features exterior design by Harrison Eidsgaard, while her interior was penned by Harrison Eidsgaard, with naval architecture by Abeking & Rasmussen. Up to 12 guests are accommodated on board the superyacht Elandess The yacht Elandess has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar Inc engines, which give her a cruising speed of 14.5 kn and a top speed of 16.0 kn. The yacht has a speed of 14.5 kn. 

Elandess is one of that rare breed of full custom yachts that sprang from a blank sheet of paper. The profile and GA, both by Harrison Eidsgaard, were well developed before the yacht went to tender. Just how custom Elandess is would be revealed deck by deck. Eidsgaard begins the tour at the swim platform, leading us inside past the tender bay to a bright corridor illuminated from rooms beyond. The light filtering from starboard is a beckoning blue. I follow it to the Neptune lounge, which is modelled on the Nemo Room of 83.5 metre Feadship Savannah. It is part grotto, part submarine, part amphitheatre and all completely brilliant. Its soaring three-metre-high ceiling is amplified by a wall of near full-height glass, one third of it below the waterline. Blue painted floors match the colour of the ceiling and seating, upholstered in an Extex outdoor fabric with a surprising chenille finish. The room is a showstopper; I imagine hours could be whiled away here.

This Neptune lounge is not a theatre like the Nemo lounge on Savannah (Elandess has another place for that) and her owner is right: the industry has made great strides with the use of glass. The viewing ports on Elandess are larger than Savannah's. The six glass panels - three large and three small - delivered by GL Yachtverglasung are close to 10 centimetres thick and so strong they don't require storm shutters. "They were so heavy we had to put them in with a crane," Jonker says. Even the small panels, at 490 kilograms, are heavier than can be installed by hand. Opposite the Neptune lounge is a generously sized gym also utilising full-height glass offering views out to sea. Next, going aft, are a hair salon and a quiet, relaxing massage area.

 Beam:                                          12.8m (41'12")

Number of guests:                      12

Guest:                                          6

 Max. speed:                                16.0 kn

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