September 19, 2020

New Model: Cantiere Delle Marche Flexplorer 40m

Cantiere delle Marche has launched its first Flexplorer 40m, titled M/Y Aurelia this is an explorer super yacht designed by Sergio Cutolo and as the title says with flexibility of usage in mind.  In ten years time Cantiere delle Marche from an unknown new name, shaped itself as the shop for custom explorer super yachts.  What is a fact is that the Cantiere delle Marche success was widely imagined by its management and how it evolved the type explorer super yacht into various versions starting with the rugged looking Darwin, and into the first evolution that is the Nauta Air without forgetting the sea-ability and toughness in each yacht build.  This new Flexplorer 40m characterises itself for the novelty of the A-frame crane which when not in use hides itself into the deck.  But the other novelty for Cantiere delle Marche Flexplorer 40m is the collapsing bulwarks which increase deck space to 115 square meters.  The interior designed by Francesco Paszkowski and as per owner wishes is of a four double cabins layout, with an owner apartment style stateroom forward on the main deck, and three guest cabins on the main deck.  Crew accommodation is for six persons in three cabins.  Flexplorer 50 m is power by twin Caterpillar 1000hp engines which allow for top speeds up 14 knots, and a cruise speed of 10 knots which allows for a range over 5000 nautical miles.
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.37 m (129.1ft)
Waterline Length - 38.2 m
Beam - 8.60 m
Draft - 2.60 m at full load
Displacement - 392 t approx
Fuel Capacity - 60,000 l
Water Capacity - 8500 l
Accommodation - nine guests in four cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 1000hp
Propulsion - line shaft with ZF gearboxes
Speed - 14 knots max 10 knots cruise
Range - 5000 nm at 10 knots
Hull Shape - displacement with bulbous bow
Project - Sergio Cutolo Hydro Tec exterior and naval architecture, Francesco Paszkowski

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