CCN's 39.8-metre yacht, Panam, has moved into the outfitting stage of her construction process and is on schedule to be delivered to her European owner during summer 2020. Ordered last September, the new superyacht will feature both exterior and interior designs by Francesco Paszkowski Design, who worked in cooperation with architect Margherita Casprini. Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliThe hull and the superstructure, interior layout of the decks, installation of hydraulic and electrical systems, bow thruster, stabilising fins and insulation have all been completed. Construction is progressing on the guest areas and crew quarters on the lower deck, which will house four guest cabins, a galley, the captain’s cabin, two double cabins, laundry and the crew mess. Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali
Photo: Cerri Cantieri NavaliPanam will feature a main-deck saloon with a dining area and large irregular-shaped windows. The full-beam master suite, also on the main deck, is fitted with a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with its own Hammam. Up to 12 guests will be able to enjoy the 65-square-metre flybridge with its custom-made pool with counter-current swimming system and sunbathing area at the bow.
Photo: CCNThe light aluminium alloy hull is powered by three MTU 16V200 M96L engines – installed lastmonth – that will push her to a maximum speed of 31 knots. Construction is also progressing on the four hull doors - one of which is for the semi float-in garage that will host a 17’ tender.