August 16, 2015

New Model: Cantiere Delle Marche 107 Darwin

Cantiere delle Marche continue to launch exceptional Explorer Yacht and here they are present the current new flagship the 107 Darwin.  Weighing just over three hundred tons, and built in steel and aluminium for the super structure, this is the acclaimed Darwin Class range from Cantiere delle Marche. This new flagship confirms the ongoing strength of the Ancona shipyard, the world leader in the market of displacement yachts in steel and aluminum. The shipyard marks a new success with the first delivery of a vessel over one hundred feet. In fact, thanks to this delivery, CDM starts a series of launches all above 100 feet, having under construction two Darwin Class 102', one Nauta Air 108', one Nauta Air 111'. 107 Darwin meets the usual technical characteristics on which the worldwide success of this range is founded. In terms of style, Darwin 107' has absorbed all the updates introduced on the new Darwin 86 and 102 which include a more balanced longitudinal profile for a more contemporary style, increased window surfaces, lowered gunwale for a closer contact with the sea. From the technical point of view, the Darwin 107 is the direct development of smaller models and takes into account the feed-back from the navigation experience of the six preceding models that already sailed thousands of miles.
Technical Data:
LOA - 32.7 m (107.2ft)
Waterline Length - 29.7 m
Beam - 7.7 m
Draft - 2.6 m
Displacement - 310 t full load
Fuel Capacity - 55400 l
Water Capacity - 6600 l
Accommodation - 10 guests in 5 cabins, 6 crew in 3 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 Acert 680hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 13 knots max, 11 knots cruise, 10 knots economic
Range - 5000 nm at 10 knots
Construction - steel hull with 8 mm inferior parts and 12 mm reinforced areas, Super structure in ligh 5083 aluminum
Project - Sergio Cutolo
Certification - RINA Grade A