Another Nauta Air 110 explorer sold

Italian Cantiere delle Marche announced the sale of their fourth explorer within a month
Feb 13 2024 • by Olga Selezneva 3 minutes to read
Sistership Mimi La Sardine (2019)

Ancona-based Cantiere delle Marche, which specializes in explorer yachts, is demonstrating impressive commercial success

The shipyard has announced the sale of the fourth yacht within a month of the first sale of the year. This time it is the Nauta Air 110, which will be built for an Australian customer.

The design for CdM Nauta Air series was developed by Italian Nauta Design, well-known for their numerous sailing and motor yachts projects, including the world’s largest private yacht – the 180-metre Azzam. The idea behind Nauta Air series is to create an authentic explorer yacht, featuring more elegant design compared to the brutal lines of typical explorers. Another distinctive feature of Nauta Air embraced by the customers is the draft, which is quite modest for a steel yacht and allows it to anchor in the immediate vicinity of the shore. 

Sistership Mimi La Sardine (2019)
Sistership Mimi La Sardine (2019)

“Announcing a new sale is always an emotion for us. In this very case, we are even more thrilled because the Owner, Marcus Blackmore, is a true sailor and explorer himself. Together with his wife Caroline they competed in a multitude of major sail races and explored some of the most remote archipelagoes lost in the expanses of the Pacific Ocean. We express a great satisfaction for the success we have been witnessing in Australia. The abundance of magnificent shores far from well-equipped harbors and marinas has underscored the importance of explorer-like qualities, prioritizing robustness and reliability,” said Vasco Buompensiere, cofounder and CEO of Cantiere delle Marche.

Nauta Air 110 is 33.5 m long, her beam is 7.5 m, and it has a robust steel hull, an aluminium superstructure and reliable equipment necessary for long passages in wild places and in any weather condition. The yacht is powered by Caterpillar C18 Acert engines 725 hp each, which allows her to reach a top speed of 13 knots. At the speed of 10 knots her range is over 4000 nautical miles. As a semi-custom yacht this model allows the owner to create individual interiors and layouts to suit their needs.  More details about the construction and outfitting of the new Nauta Air 110 are expected to come from Cantiere delle Marce in the nearest future.

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