Designed by architects Joubert and Nivelt, the Andreyale 15 m is reminiscent of 1930s American commuter boats. The lean, elegant and sharp V-shaped hull is characteristic of Andreyales and guarantees their seaworthiness.
Its hull, made of Strip Planking or West System, red cedar wood and epoxy sandwich, confers to the boat incomparable solidity and natural insulation.
The interior has three gorgeous cabins, each with a bathroom.
The kitchen is equipped with an oven and two refrigerators, with a brushed stainless steel countertop.
Satin-varnished mahogany is as always preferred, keeping in mind that individual production allows for an exceptional customization of the interior design. The cabin is vast and generously lit by bevelled glass glazing. Four stainless steel deck panels ensure ventilation. Portside, an actual U-shaped kitchen made of satin mahogany and brushed stainless steel is kept separate from the rest of the cabin.
The rear platform, made of teak, is spacious and makes bathing easy with a shower and swimming ladder. On the deck, sunbathing areas are numerous.
The twin engine, the soundproofing of which was an absolute priority, ensures great safety and perfect manoeuvrability of the boat.
Although speed was not the goal behind the design of the Andreyale 15 m, it nevertheless remains appreciable to imagine reaching speeds of 18 knots with 160 CH engines.