Italian shipyard CBI Navi has announced the successfully delivery of the 39.6-metre explorer yacht Stella di Mare to her new owners in Viareggio. Following her delivery, Stella di Mare set off on a summer cruise with her European owners. Photo: CBI NaviBuilt to a RINA class, Stella di Mare exterior design and naval architecture were developed by Hydro Tec. Featuring a traditional silhouette, with a full displacement steel hull and a bulbous bow which is usual for a long-range explorer vessel, her experienced owner’s input into the project were implemented into her full custom design. Photo: CBI NaviHer interior design, commissioned by the owner, is by Fossati Design Bureau and incorporates high-end materials such as walnut, cherry wood, beige leather and brushed bronze. Her generous 8.6-metre beam offers plenty of space for the owner’s family, accommodating 14 guests across four staterooms on the lower deck in addition to housing the crew quarters. Photo: CBI NaviStella di Mare features a formal saloon, with a double ‘L’ shaped sofa, which is linked to the dining area showcasing a custom made piece of art by Peter Bellerby & Co. on the main deck. The owner’s suite, complete with an ensue bathroom and dressing room is also located on the main deck, tight with the main lobby and gallery. Her upper deck houses the family room, the captain’s cabin and wheelhouse, together with additional office space. Photo: CBI NaviAs for exterior areas, she features threes enclosed decks in addition to a large sundeck which is sheltered by a hardtop. Her ample flybridge offers plenty of room for freestanding sun beds, a covered space for the gym and a complete helm station. Powered by twin C32 Caterpillar engines, she has a top speed of 14.5 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots, with a long range of 6,900 nm. Photo: CBI NaviStella di Mare is set to make her official public debut at the Monaco Yacht Show this September.
The SuperYacht iQ 2018 Market Report
Did you know that in 2017....
- 180 new yachts over 30 metres were sold
- 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
- 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
- 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
- 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA