March 5, 2022

New Launch: Cantiere delle Marche 43m Custom

Cantiere Delle Marche is delighted to announce that the full custom 43-metre explorer yacht, named m/y Acala has been successfully launched. A pure cus­tom yacht this 43m shows CDM ex­pe­ri­ence and its ap­proach to ex­plorer yacht build­ing. 43m Custom has been com­mis­sioned by an ex­pe­ri­enced yachts­man who, over the years, owned yachts built by ship­yards such as Fead­ship, L├╝rssen, Blohm and Voss. He is a re­peat client for CDM, a yard which gained his full con­fi­dence hav­ing en­joyed the feel of comfort and safety of his pre­vi­ous Cantiere delle Marche Dar­win 102, cruis­ing in the Med but also sail­ing the ex­panses of the Pa­cific Ocean, the At­lantic and reach­ing the wild beauty of re­mote des­ti­na­tions and the best div­ing spots in the world. Cantiere delle Marche 43m Custom also in­au­gu­rates a new col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ho­ra­cio Bozzo De­sign who de­signed her con­spic­u­ous and eye- catch­ing lines. Her se­vere pro­file with a raked bow and com­pact su­per­struc­ture cap­tures the very soul of an ex­plorer ves­sel combin­ing it with the el­e­gance of a lux­ury yacht that will stand the test of time. Large win­dows on the main deck whose mul­lions seem not to join the su­per­struc­ture are un­doubt­edly a pro­file’s sig­na­ture features. All shapes, vol­umes and lines com­pose a har­mo­nious geom­e­try while her roomy body en­com­passes lux­ury so­cial ar­eas and very large and com­fort­able crew quar­ters, as re­quested by the owner whose plans in­clude long term cruis­ing to reach the far­thest cor­ners of the world. Guest ar­eas are spread over three decks plus a sun deck. Cantiere delle Marche 43m fea­tures a nicely or­ga­nized in­te­rior lay­out that sleeps twelve guests in six suites. A large lobby sits in be­tween the main sa­lon and guest night quar­ters. The full beam main deck, from amidships for­ward is ded­i­cated to guests and own­ers. Three large Vip and ex­tremely com­fort­able owner suite to star­board side are flooded by nat­ural light from large win­dows. Two twin cab­ins are lo­cated on the lower deck. An in­ti­mate sa­lon on the main deck and a large panoramic sky lounge on the up­per deck with din­ing area have been de­signed and dec­o­rated for in­door re­lax­ation and en­ter­tain­ment. A par­tic­u­larly large cock­pit fea­tures din­ing and loung­ing ar­eas, a swim­ming pool and lots of space to re­lax. A large and par­tially shaded sun deck per­fectly in­te­grated into the pro­file pro­vides the so­cial hub for the guests with an al fresco din­ing, bar, vast sun­bathing area along­side a sec­ond swim­ming pool. A dumb­waiter con­nects the gal­ley lo­cated on the lower deck to all deck, sun deck in­cluded, to con­vey food and drinks and ease the work of crew. Cantiere delle Marche 43m Custom in­te­rior de­sign by Mex­i­can ar­chi­tect Si­mon Hamui is lux­u­ri­ous and re­laxed at the same time. It means that it of­fers the pos­si­bil­ity to feel at ease with both beach cloth­ing or for­mally dressed for a din­ner. 43m Custom has a full dis­place­ment naval ar­chi­tec­ture by Ser­gio Cu­tolo Hy­dro Tec of­fer­ing large vol­umes in a 440GT and the smoothest of travel even in rough seas en­sur­ing ex­cel­lent com­fort and to­tal safety. En­gi­neer­ing has been de­vel­oped by the yard tech­ni­cal de­part­ment in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Hy­dro Tec. Need­less to add that she, like all ex­plorer yachts built by Cantiere delle Marche, fea­tures a thick and ro­bust steel hull and light alu­minium su­per­struc­ture. With a to­tal length of 43 me­tres and thanks to a hull geom­e­try her twin Cater­pil­lar 1014hp en­gines will give a range of above five thousand nautical at ten knots and a top speed of forteen knots. The yacht’s en­gine room,, as all en­gine rooms built by CDM, is a show­piece that stands out for its clean­li­ness and func­tion­al­ity with all the yacht’s sys­tems and ma­chiner­ies set up to ac­com­mo­date easy main­te­nance. CDM is a pure breed ex­plorer there­fore she needs a high level of in­de­pen­dence. The en­gine room is one of the sources of that in­de­pen­dence as its re­dun­dant equip­ment al­low to sail far and wide and to reach re­mote ar­eas of the globe where it is im­pos­si­ble to ac­cess any sort of as­sis­tance. An ex­pan­sive lazarette pro­vides a very large stor­age area needed for many cruis­ing ne­ces­si­ties, wa­ter toys, div­ing equip­ment, etc. The main ten­der is stored on the up­per deck for­ward. Crew quar­ters and ser­vice ar­eas are func­tional and well-ap­pointed, as re­quested by the owner. Five cab­ins are on the lower deck along­side a roomy crew mess op­po­site a pro­fes­sional gal­ley and the cap­tain has his own cabin on the Up­per deck next to the wheel­house.
Technical Data:
LOA - 43,10 m (141.4ft)
Waterline Length - 40.35 m
Beam - 8.60 m
Draft - 2.50 m
Displacement - 410 t, 499 GT volume
Fuel Capacity - 62400 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Cat C32 1014hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - fourteen knots max, ten knots long range
Range - 5000 nm at ten knots
Hull Shape - full displacement
Construction - steel hull, aluminium super structure
Project - Sergio Cutolo HydroTec naval architect, Horacio Bozzo exterior, Simon Hamui interior

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