Aboard Anima II, you get a sense of the quality of finish that only time and dedication can achieve. Built by a world-class team of craftspeople dedicated to the highest standards of boat building, passion and expertise are evident in every element.
From the initial structure to the flawless hull paint finish, intricate joinery and exquisite cabinet making below deck – the entire yacht is a showcase of originality, eye for detail and expertise.
BUILT TO PERFORM
FINELY-TUNED TO PERFECTION
Designed for bluewater cruising and occasional regatta racing, Anima II will create memories for many charters. With modern deck hardware, performance sails and a light displacement for a yacht of its size, Anima II is not just a thing of beauty.
Dreaming of bay-hopping, world cruising or competitive racing, Anima II will take you anywhere, in the pinnacle of style, speed and comfort.
THE ART OF ANIMA II
THE BEAUTY OF
The Sipo Mahogany craftsmanship not only retains the warmth and elegance in style but also reveals the life of the tree itself. The marbling of the wood runs from the deck seamlessly through to the furniture restoring a beautiful picture of the Mahogany tree’s structure.
Every detail considered
Exquisitely crafted interiors echo the sleek, precision finish of the exterior. With accommodation for eight, the interior spaces offer layouts to suit an array of itineraries.
The interiors are light and airy, with a raised coachroof featuring 360-degree windows and portholes on either side of the hull. The light-filled interiors feature a white timber finish accented by rich Sipo Mahogany exposed hull planks and furniture detailing, retaining a classic style and bringing warmth and elegance to this comfortably modern, refined design.
In Chinese culture, the dragon represents good luck, strength, health and the male element, Yang. The snake has a deep and complex mind and loves with its entire heart. It is the female element, Yin. Together they create Yin & Yang dedicated to the owners’ Chinese zodiac. A voyage with Anima II is the balance between an unforgettable adventure and tranquillity.
The tradition of placing a silver coin under the keel originates from the sailboat era. Crafted into the wood of Anima is an old German coin that has been in the family for generations. The occasion for the issue of the special coinage was the 500th birthday of Nicolaus Copernicus. Considered the founder of the heliocentric view of the world, Copernicus placed the sun in the centre and described the planets as orbiting the sun. The obverse of the coin does not show a portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus but an illustration of the world view published in his manuscript, “De revolutionibus orbium coelestium”.