Adler Yacht Enters Market with Suprema

Swiss-based Adler Yacht launches into market with 76-foot Suprema.

Adler Yacht's Suprema is a carbon fiber build.Courtesy Adler

What happens when you take a Swiss-based company and blend it with a noted Italian design firm and German and Austrian engineers? You get the 76-foot Adler Suprema, a yacht with a high-tech carbon fiber build and diesel-electric propulsion. And chilled cupholders? Yes, those too.

Her plumb bow, razor-sharp sheerline and raked superstructure comes from Italian design firm Nuvolari-Lenard, which also penned the yacht's interior. Her hull is constructed of carbon fiber, Kevlar and fiberglass to make her strong, yet relatively lightweight. Suprema’s displacement is approximately 98,000 pounds.

The Adler Suprema has a flybridge with panoramic views.Courtesy Adler
Adler Yacht's Suprema uses diesel-electric propulsion.Courtesy Adler

For quiet operation, two 100 kW ATE e-engines supplement the two 1,1150 hp Caterpillar diesels. The yacht can run at 8 knots on electric only for up to an hour. It takes another 60 minutes to recharge the batteries. Top speed is reportedly 30 knots. And the builder says the vessel's maximum range is 3,500 nautical miles, giving the Suprema long-range-cruising ability.

In addition to her high-tech build and modern propulsion system, the yacht is equipped with a heated main-deck sole and heated soles in the heads belowdecks, keeping your feet happy on chilly mornings. An infrared heating strip in the cockpit lets you enjoy the night air while removing the cold from it. And don't forget the chilled cupholders to keep your rum cool and your ice, well, ice. There are also freshwater showers on the swim platform and flybridge deck.

The Adler Suprema can be outfitted to an owner's desires with any choice of wood or fabrics, and is available with three to five staterooms.

The Adler Suprema is customizable, with the owner's choice of wood or fabrics.Courtesy Adler
Top speed for the Adler Suprema is reportedly 30 knots.Courtesy Adler
A close-up shot of the high-tech electronics at the helm of the Adler Suprema.Courtesy Adler