April 12, 2020

Yarding Partially Sinks in Nettuno

A thirteen meter Yarding flybridge cruiser partially sank in Nettuno marina, in the South of Rome in Italy on Saturday eleven April late morning.  Some unconfirmed news about this sinking are that the police went onboard to interrupt works carried onboard the flybridge cruiser in the marina earlier that same morning, due to current lock down and social distancing regulations currently being enforced in Italy for Covid-19.
This Yarding is a 42 Fly model. Yarding brand was an early nineties joint venture which lasted a few years between the two known brands of Ferretti taking care of design and engineering, and Jeanneau building the boats in France.  Yarding offered three models, a 27 sport cruiser, 36 Fly, and the 42 Fly.  The Yarding 42 Fly was a three cabin flybridge motor cruiser based on the hull of the Ferretti 39 Altura, and powered by standard Cat 380hp and or optional 420hp engines with shaft line propulsion, with speeds up to 31 knots.

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