The construction process on Custom Boats Monaco’s latest superyacht project is well underway and gaining traction in Monfalcone, Italy where the brand recently celebrated the start of a new 37-metre project with shipyard staff, the project team and owners. Construction on the Voyager project will continue at the shipyard near Venice until 2021 when the yacht is expected to be ready for launch.The project is an all-Italian affair with designers Studio Inzerillo & Albeggiani taking the design lead on the project while Hydro Tec’s Sergio Cutolo worked on the naval architecture of the vessel. Developed for long-range cruising, the project is built upon the owner’s desire to cruise in absolute comfort and efficiency in all conditions. A high freeboard will help keep decks dry and allow the yacht to cruise with confidence in large seas during the owner’s intended six months on board per year.
Few details are known about the interior spaces, but the shipyard has confirmed that a standard five-cabin layout will take up the majority of the space inside along with a large crew mess and accommodation for seven crew to ensure comfortable living conditions during those long trips with the owner on board.
Back on deck, there is a big swimming pool on the sundeck with an open aft deck design down on main deck that seamlessly connects with the main saloon via glass separations that fold away to reveal a tranquil relaxation area for guests.
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