CCN and Camper & Nicholsons have collaboratively announced the sale of the 37.3-metre superyacht with the Camper & Nicholsons new build division assisting the owner through to the contract signing. Project DOM123, sold before her scheduled delivery in 2020, is due to have her all-aluminium hull and superstructure joined in June 2019 at the Italian Carrara-based CCN shipyard.Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliFeaturing exterior and interior designs by Studio Vafiadis’ Stefano Vafiadis, the aim was to create a yacht to suit the needs of a young and modern owner that places lifestyle and functionality at the forefront.
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliProject DOM123 comprises a six-cabin layout and can accommodate up to 10 guests privately or up to 12 charter guests. The master suite, located on the main deck, boasts its own private balcony. An elevator that connects the lower deck with the sun deck has been fitted to allow guests to move around comfortably and facilitate easy access to the guest accommodation.
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliProject DOM123 can accommodate a crew of eight, or nine during charter. Her twin MTU engines can achieve a top speed of 16 knots or cruise at 15 knots to a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliCCN’s CEO Diego Deprati commented, “The sale of this yacht represents a strategic milestone for our shipyard. It is the first model of a signature line of projects named “Firma” (Signature) as they come out from the cooperation between the shipyard and major international designers and naval architects like the Studio Vafiadis. With the “Firma” line, CCN is able to confirm its strong positioning in the medium size range of yachting with a well-defined personality and style.”