236’ AZTECA, formally Clarena II, was built in 2010 by Italian shipyard CRN and at the time of her launch she was the largest yacht ever to be launched by the company. With a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she features naval architecture by CRN and the interior and exterior design talents of Nuvolari Lenard. The AZTECA was designed through thoughtful analysis of the owner’s wishes, resulting in a dashing hull-shape, a sharp bow, and modern, streamlined external forms. Her owner desired a yacht that would be a perfect tribute to family life at sea, and her designers honoured this request by incorporating an innovative 100 square-metre beach club aft.
The swim platform transforms into a large beach area almost in the sea itself, fully equipped with a shower and chairs ideal for sunbathing. For those who wish to sit inside, the adjoining internal area is designed for comfort and relaxation, outfitted with sofas so guests can enjoy the proximity of the sea.
This twin-screw superyacht measures 72 metres and can accommodate up to 12 guests. Amongst her 6 staterooms are a lavish owner suite and 5 double staterooms. The accommodations are well-worth a mention onboard AZTECA; the Owner’s suite alone covers 120 square-metres. Found forward on the main deck, the suite is accessed via private lobby and includes his and hers bathroom, separate massage room and cinema room. There are also accommodations onboard to cater for a crew of up to 28.