The 31-metre Cantiere delle Marche motor yacht Archipelago sold in an off market deal with Ed Dickinson of Northrop and Johnson representing the buyer and Simon Goldsworthy of Edmiston representing the seller.Photo: Cantiere delle MarcheArchipelago was built and launched by CdM as a highly customised Darwin 102 in 2019. Hydro Tec was responsible for penning both her naval architecture and exterior design, creating a full-displacement motor yacht with an aluminium superstructure and a 12mm thick steel hull to allow for global exploration.Photo: Cantiere delle MarcheHer interior can be credited to Francesco Guida, who used neutral tones of beige and grey across Archipelago’s modern and stylish interior. Since her 2019 delivery, Archipelago has been kept in meticulous condition.Photo: Cantiere delle MarcheThe 244 GT yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests across her five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite, two doubles and two twin staterooms. Her interior has a minimum floor-to-ceiling height of 2.1 metres, making Archipelago feel more spacious than other yachts of a similar size.Photo: Cantiere delle MarcheArchipelago’s notable features include a large formal dining area on the upper deck which can seat up to ten guests, as well as a custom-built pool with a bar.Photo: Cantiere delle MarcheIn terms of performance, Archipelago was designed with blue-water cruising in mind, with a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 10 knots. Archipelago’s twin Caterpillar engines allow her to cruise comfortably at 11 knots, with a maximum speed of 13 knots.