CdM has shared a view into the explorer yacht 31.1-metre Archipelago - the fifth Darwin 102 to come from the Italian shipyard. The new images show the interior design by Francesco Guida Design and the interior department at CdM, who worked alongside the owner's wife to choose the materials and furniture.Photo: Cantiere delle MarchePhoto: Cantiere delle MarcheArchipelago's exterior design, naval architecture and engineering was completed by Sergio Cutolo from the Italian naval architecture firm Hydro Tec. The yacht's interior layout includes five staterooms - four on the lower deck and a large owner's suite on the main deck forward - plus accommodation for a crew of six.Photo: Cantiere delle MarchePhoto: Cantiere delle MarcheAlso on the main deck is a large open-plan living room and dining area, whereas a more informal setting can be found on the upper deck and through the skylounge. The upper deck is home to the yacht's Williams Dieseljet D565 tender and wheelhouse.Photo: Cantiere delle MarchePhoto: Cantiere delle MarchePhoto: Cantiere delle Marche“We are very proud of launching the fifth Darwin Class 102' confirming that there is no other more successful explorer vessel’s model between 90 and 110 feet in the whole market,” said Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and Sales and Marketing Director of CdM.Photo: Cantiere delle MarchePhoto: Cantiere delle MarchePowered with twin Caterpillar C18 Acert engines delivering 500kW each, Archipelago reaches a maximum speed of 13 knots and has a cruising speed of 11.5 knots. At 9.5 knots she can achieve a range of up to 4,700 nautical miles.