Conrad launches 44m flagship Ace in Poland
The first 44.27-metre C144S model from Polish yard Conrad Yachts has made its debut.
Named Ace, the yard says it is the largest vessel built to date in Poland. Ace was custom-built for a Swiss owner, who was introduced to Conrad by brokerage Luxury Charter Group.
The C144S model is a step up from the previous model, the Conrad C133 – brought to life in the form of the 40-metre superyacht Viatoris.
The exterior of Ace was designed by British studio Reymond Langton Design, with naval architecture by the Netherlands’ Diana Yacht Design, and interior spaces by m2atelier, Milan. During the build, construction was supervised by Nicolai Yacht Consulting & Project Management.
Built of steel and aluminium and with a volume of 494 Gross Tonnage, Ace boasts several deck spaces and five staterooms, accommodating up to 10 guests plus nine crew.
Other notable features include an outer deck composed of multi-functional zones: a beach club with a large fixed swim platform and access to water toys, a spacious cockpit on the main deck, separate dining and lounging areas on the bridge deck, sofas and sunpads on the foredeck, and an expansive sundeck with lounging areas, on-deck cinema, plus convertible dining and infinity pool.
Inside, the main saloon, with lounge and dining spaces, has massive floor-to-ceiling windows for light and views. The vessel is also fitted out with a dedicated cold room, stabilisers and state-of-the-art navigation and communication equipment for longer trips at sea.
Located in Gdansk, Poland, Conrad Shipyard was founded in 2003, named after Polish-British writer and seafarer, Joseph Conrad. The yard specialises in steel, and aluminium luxury yachts ranging from 20 to 100 metres.
From 2023, Ace will be available for charter in the Mediterranean exclusively through Luxury Charter Group.