New build is hull #4 in the new Flyingsport line built by Cerri Cantieri Navali. The 31m yacht will be on display at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show.
Cerri Cantieri Navali (CCN) has launched a new 31m motoryacht. The vessel is hull #4 of its 102 Flyingsport line. The 102-footer will make her worldwide debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
The latest yacht in the Flyingsport family, touched the water in Marina di Carrara on Wednesday 27 July.
Commenting on the launch, Diego Michele Deprati CNN chief executive office, says: “W e are delighted with the latest-born in the Flyingsport line, which we are proudly going to introduce to the world at the forthcoming boat shows, together with CCN’s new, wider range.
“We have undoubtedly set ourselves very ambitious goals. We have a long way ahead of us, but the great commitment and dedication shown so far by all our resources are proving that we are on the right path”.
CCN says this model stands out for its slender lines and that she epitomizes all the winning features of the line it belongs to: a skilful combination of the comfort of a flying bridge with the sporty character and speed of large open yachts, and a flawless blend of refined style and impressive performance.
This launch follows on from the introduction of the Fuoriserie line earlier this year. The new motoryacht range marks the Carrara-based shipyard’s debut in the sector of one-off constructions.
Expanding product line
CCN, which has been part of the Gavio Group since 2011, together with the Baglietto and Bertram brands, specializes in the construction of high-performance planning fibreglass yachts ranging from 25m-31m (86ft-102ft)
Construction will commence this month
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In 2016, the Italian shipyard added the Phileas range of Expedition boats to its portfolio. These are constructed in steel and aluminium and pencilled by Studio Vallicelli.
Also new in CCN product line is the production of yachts between 24m and 35m built in steel and aluminium and designed by Studio Spadolini.