Ladenstein Yacht is founded on the simple principle to go the extra mile for each client. It always starts with listening to the ideas of the clients and to take them with us by every process in order to create something extraordinary.
By doing this, we are able to give each Ladenstein Yacht an own fingerprint and each client a unique home on the sea.
Many owners have a clear vision if they start dreaming of their own yacht but when the process starts they have to settle for less because many shipyards are only designed for mass-production.
We, as shipyard believe it is not the right way to diminish your vision - we want to embrace it, by listening to your ideas and taking the time to build the ship after your conceptions. Whatever preference you have, we try to adapt to them.
Depending on your wish, you can work together with our in-house designer or choose your preferred designer.
With our new 88, we want to offer our clients more! Compare to other yachts the Ladenstein 88 provides one of the largest flying bridges with 63 sqm that can ideally be used for cocktails parties or for relaxing sunbaths time with the family.
The contemporary design of the new Ladenstein 88 offers more than 75 sqm of public and private space on Main Deck thanks to the 2 ½ deck arrangement.
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Exterior Styling & Concept: Ing. Markus Ladenstein Interior Designer: Ing. Markus Ladenstein
Ladenstein Yachts Co., Ltd.
89' 6" - 27.29m
6.60 m (6.90 m) /21ft 65in (22ft 64in)m
1.80 m (5ft 90in)m
69.00 t (152,120 lbs) T
Main Engines: 2 x MAN V8 - 1300 Hp / 2 x MAN V12 - 1800 Hp / 2 x MAN V12 - 2000 Hp
Long Range Cruise @ 10 Kts: up to 1,600 Nm
18 kts / 26 kts / 29 kts
15 kts / 23 kts / 26 kts
2 x Genset 27 KW
10,000 l + 2,000 l (Long Range) / 2,642 Us Gallon + 528 Us Gallon (Long Range)
Fresh Water Tank: 2,000 l (528 Us Gallon) Black Water Tank: 600 l (158 Us Gallon)
63sqm full of entertainment
With the 88, Ladenstein offers one of the biggest Sun Deck in this class. The spacious layout provides ample spaces for steering, relaxing, and dining. A fully equipped Teppanyaki bar, a generous Alfresco dining table, Jacuzzi and a big exterior glass shower dome.
Multipurpose on 21sqm
Big Alfresco dining table, a versatile sofa for dining and sunbathing and perfectly integrated mooring & storage solutions are setting new standards. The freestanding sunbathing sofa and the unique glass veranda creates lightness and generosity. Cockpit and the Beach Club are merging into one big relaxing area to enjoy family and friends.
21 sqm bath platform
The Beach Club with his large sea level terraces offers a three-way sea access for relaxing, swimming and easy tender docking. The versatile Beach Club can accommodate 1 Jet tender (approx. 409cm) & 1 Jet Ski approx. 331cm.
Combined with the 21 sqm multipurpose cockpit it creates a beautiful space well suited for relaxing, sport and entertainment.
With different kinds of entertainment possibilities and the best view of the sea, the foredeck counts to the favorite places on the yacht. Enjoy the beauty of the ocean while sitting next to the glass balcony, or find your inner balance on our yoga spot in the middle of the foredeck.
With one movement, the spot will be transformed into a sports area, such as playing golf or using the integrated treadmill. A multifunctional place perfect for doing the things you love!
The steering seats can be set either in Steering mode or Living mode. In Steering mode, floor and steering seats can be elevated and together with the wing stations it helps to manoeuvre the yacht safely in the sea and into the harbor
8 Persons in 4 Cabins
Crew Accommodation: 1 Captain and 2 Crew in 2 Cabins and 2 Bathrooms