June 18, 2023

New Model: Cantiere delle Marche RJ 130

Cantiere delle Marche has launched the RJ 130, its eighteen hull and first avant-garde looking RJ line explorer yacht to touch the water. Designed by Francesco Paszkowski with  naval architecture by Hydro Tec, the 130 was the first design which launched at the time the MG range then renamed as the RJ. The first Cantiere delle Marche RJ 130 is the latest addition to a Northern European owner who had precise ideas about how his new super yacht should look and do. RJ is a luxury explorer yacht featuring a great wealth of exterior spaces with a real go-anywhere, do-anything expedition pedigree. Her elegantly austere silhouette brings the unmistakable signature of Francesco Paszkowski, who alongside her noteworthy geometry, introduced countless well-conceived features in terms of logistics, liveability and functionality. With this yacht Paszkowski succeeded in treading a line between innovative lines and timelessness. Cantiere delle Marche RJ 130 hosts up to twelve guests in five suites and seven crew members in four cabins, and is powered by twin heavy duty MTU 1206hp engines, allowing a top speed up to fourteen knots, with a long range capability of 5500 nautical miles at nine knots. Cantiere delle Marche RJ 130 has a tender is stored on the Upper deck astern and is launched and hauled with a crane perfectly concealed into the yacht’s structure. Once the tender is deployed the deck’s vast flooring is available for lounging, dining or sunbathing.  The RJ line was presented in the fall of 2019, with three units sold in November and December 2020, two 115s, and this 130, and two more selling in the last two years, including of which is a 155 which is to be Cantiere delle Marche new flagship, and a third hull for the 115.
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.42 m (129.3ft)
Hull Length - 35.2 m
Beam - 8 m
Draft - 2.30 m
Displacement - 320 t 
Fuel Capacity - 58000 l
Water Capacity - 6000 l
Accommodation - ten/twelve guests in five cabins, seven crew in four cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 10v2000M72 1206hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - fourteen knots max, nine knots long range
Range - 5500 nm at nine knots
Construction - steel hull, aluminium super structure
Project - Francesco Paszkowksi ext, Margherita Casprini int, Hydro Tec naval architect

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