Cantiere delle Marche launches 33m superyacht Narvalo

Cantiere delle Marche have completed their flagship model named Narvalo which was launched over the weekend. The 33 metre yacht is constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure to a design by Milan-based Nauta Yachts - designers of the world’s longest yacht, the 180 metre Azzam.

Nauta Design fitted Narvalo with a wide range of characteristics that maximise on board comfort during the long cruises on which her South American owners plan to embark. On the upper deck, just behind the wheelhouse, there is a sky lounge only a few square meters smaller than the main saloon.

With the master cabin located forward on the main deck, the lower deck comprises four generously-sized guest cabins and an incredibly spacious lobby that provides guests with the perfect space for relaxing.

“Cantiere delle Marche Nauta Air 108’ is the flagship of our range of over 30-meter long yachts,” says Mario Pedol, co-founder of Nauta Yachts. “When we designed it, we wanted to give shape to the vision of a motor yacht defined by an innovative relationship between interior and exterior space.”

“Narvalo is the first boat in a new class of Explorer Vessels, featuring a ground breaking balance among solidity, elegance, volume and design,” adds Vasco Buonpensiere, Cantiere delle Marche’s Sales Director. “Building this new boat in the Nauta Air series, we are responding to a very specific market demand with a product whose features are unmatched: an over engineered, long-range three-deck displacement hull yacht featuring about 20% more volume than the competition, with both exterior and interior spaces inspired by the latest trends in Italian boating and industrial design.”

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