AB 100 Superfast, this 100 ft superyacht can reach 60 knots


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AB 100 SUPERFAST (30,5 mt) is in the water. With monstrous motorization composed of three MTU 16V2000M96L engines of 2600 horsepower, it is a unique boat of its kind. This superpower yacht has a 60 knots top speed in maximum comfort, safety, and seaworthiness, with minimal noise levels on board.

Boats of over one hundred feet capable of touching 60 knots are not seen every day. Just think of one of the pioneering models in this sense, the Wallypower 118. High performance with advanced technological innovations for this boat that aims to become an undisputed reference for the market. Waiting to see her at the next boat shows in a world premiere, let’s take a look at what she looks like.


Italian builder AB Yachts has announced the launch of the 30-meter superyacht model AB 100 Superfast. Launched from the builder’s Viareggio shipyard, she is a custom yacht designed by the yard. Below deck, she has custom interiors available with cabins to accommodate up to eight guests onboard divided as follows: a master cabin, a VIP cabin, and two doubles.

There is no shortage of livable space on deck, but performance is the real highlight. The yacht’s new propulsion package, consisting of three MTU 16V2000M96L hp engines, offers, according to the shipyard, “unparalleled comfort, safety, and seakeeping” with a maximum speed of 60 knots and a cruising speed of 45 knots.

The AB 100 Superfast will make its world premiere at this year’s upcoming boat shows, including Cannes, Genoa, and Monaco. An AB 100 yacht, meanwhile, is expected to be in the water by the end of August 2021. Another AB 100 will be in the water by August.

AB 100 SUPERFAST – Custom Yacht

All of the shipyard’s yachts are entirely custom projects and each unit is different from the previous one. This is not only in terms of layout and décor, but also in terms of innovation and original technical solutions. The international boat shows of Cannes (September 7/12), Genoa (September 16/21) and Monaco (September 22/25) will be the first opportunity to take a closer look at the novelties of the Maiora and AB Yachts fleet.



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