Alaskans now feature all of the luxury amenities usually found only on much larger yachts, employing the latest in both building technology and equipment to provide a safe and reliable yacht capable of offshore voyages under the worst conditions. Alaskan yachts are built to work.
With the advent of the new electronic diesel engines, Alaskans are no longer strictly limited to trawler speeds, thereby expanding the Alaskan market appeal to a wider base of new followers and cruisers. Alaskans are now considered semi-displacement motor yachts and can provide both speed and range for the serious cruiser – with average cruising speeds of 16-18 knots or the ability to throttle back to the traditional 9-10 knots for economical range.
The Alaskan 56 is a masterpiece of cruising perfection, balancing the best of today’s hi-tech construction the art of old world craftsmanship. Designed and built for the owner/operator who demands long-range cruising capability, seaworthiness, low maintenance, economy and luxury.
The Alaskan 56 is built to a quality standard that will satisfy the most demanding buyer. Only the finest materials and equipment are used aboard this yacht.
Anticipating the needs of the future meant setting higher standards. Alaskan Yachts continuously commits its resources and staff to harnessing all the technological advances to build the finest fiberglass motoryachts. Items including selecting the best Naval Architect with a proven track record for each project; tank testing each new hull design to assure maximum performance at various speeds in a wide range of sea conditions; noise abatement throughout the yacht; choosing the finest core materials, resins and gel coats are all carefully thought out before a project is begun. This is how the Alaskan 66 was conceived.
Climb aboard the Alaskan 70, look around. Examine the systems installations, the wiring, the fiberglass work. Every Alaskan is built not only to hold up under the most demanding sea conditions, but also to withstand the most critical scrutiny
The sheer shape and elegance of the Alaskan 70 is enough to evoke praise from the most experienced yachtsman, but it’s the people of Alaskan who are even more impressive.
Each hull, deck and superstructure design is shaped and built for optimum performance and efficiency. Each is constructed of the finest materials by craftsmen who possess the advantage of having built a great number of fiberglass components. They know what will work and what will not. Because of their experience, they do not have to “reinvent the wheel” when an owner has a special request.