The Italian shipyard, CCN (Cerri Cantieri Navali) has signed an order to build the fourth superyacht in their Fuoriserie line for a European owner.
The 31-metre displacement aluminium yacht is part of the shipyard's ‘Fuoriserie’ line of unique superyachts designed to fit each owner's requirements. She features interior and exterior design from Guido de Groot, while Ginton was in charge of the naval architecture.
As evident from the renderings, the yacht is characterized by classical and sober outer lines. Furthermore, she also prioritises environmental sustainability and efficiency. The finished vessel will be fitted with two Schottel twin propeller units controlled by a hybrid system, which will feature both traditional diesel engines and electrical engines energized by gensets or batteries. This results in low fuel consumption and a limited environmental impact from the vessel.
On board, the layout includes a master cabin and two guest cabins on the lower deck, while the main deck hosts a salon dining area, and an open galley, all located behind the helm station. Outdoors, on the same deck, two lounge areas are located forward and aft. A second helm station is located on the flybridge, which is devoted to life in the open air, and is fitted with sun loungers, a bar area, and a dining area. The aft swimming platform also hosts a 5.5-metre tender.
Powered by twin CAT C9.3 B engines, the vessel will reach a maximum speed of 12.5 knots, falling to 8 knots when in the eco-friendly electrical mode.
This project is the fourth ‘Fuoriserie’ motor yacht sporting a light alloy hull built by CCN, following the 50-metre Elsea, K40 and Freedom.