Only three months after the sale of a Darwin Class 107’, Cantiere delle Marche consolidates the success of its Explorer Vessel of the Darwin Class with another sale. The shipyard reveals that is has sold an average of one every three months from the start of its sales activities.
This new contract has been signed for the construction of a Darwin Class 96’ (29.5m) designed by Sergio Cutolo, which will be delivered in 2015 to a South American Client. This result comes after the sales activities carried out during the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show 2013. With this contract, CdM has now six yachts in its pipeline to be delivered in 2014 and 2015.
CdM considers that some of the technical details to have secured the success of the Darwin Class line are; 12mm A grade carbon steel for the hull, cupro nickel piping, independent rudders, automatic parallel between generators, standard electric stabilisation system, and bilge oil separator. Powered by heavy duty rated Caterpillar engines, the yacht will be able to achive 13 knots and able to cover 4,500 nautical miles of range at 10 knots.
Ennio Cecchini, CEO of CdM comments: “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. Special thanks 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”.