Just three months after the sale of a Darwin Class 107’, Cantiere delle Marche has now announced the sale of another Explorer Vessel of the Darwin Class line, together with Alex G. Clarke of Denison Yacht Sales. CdM has now 6 yachts in its pipeline to be delivered in 2014 and 2015.
This new contract has been signed for the construction of a Darwin Class 96’ (29,50 mt.) designed by Sergio Cutolo, for a 2015 delivery to a knowledgeable South American Client. The new yacht will be powered by twin 680hp Caterpillar C18 engines, which will provide a 4.500 nautical mile range.
Vasco Buonpensiere – Sales and Marketing Director of CdM – expresses his satisfaction about this new contract and says: "It is incredible how, once again, the decision and sale process has been fast, smooth and enjoyable on both sides’. And explains: ‘In only twelve weeks from the first meeting with the Client in Fort Lauderdale we have completed this deal, customizing the technical specifications matching the Client’s needs, negotiating the contract giving to the Client all the comfort and securities needed, and drawing a preliminary General Arrangement following a very precise initial brief’. ‘This has been possible also because of the experience and the yachting knowledge of the Client, who – by the way - already has and has had vessels built in the best northern european shipyards".
Ennio Cecchini – Ceo of CdM – adds: "I would like to personally thank our Client who is giving us the privilege to build for him and his family one of our vessels’. ‘Knowing his history as a Yacht Owner, this sale is another confirmation of the fact that CdM has very quickly become a key reference point for whoever is looking for high quality, reliable and superbly finished explorer yacht to cruise safely and in luxurious comfort the oceans’. ‘A special thank goes to Alex G. Clarke of Denison Yacht Sales who has introduced the Client to the shipyard and has professionally backed up my team during the whole process".