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News: CCN 37M DOM123 Motor Yacht

Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Yachts' started by Yacht News, May 17, 2018.

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  1. CCN 37M DOM123 Motor Yacht
    Cerri Cantieri Navali (CCN) announced a new concept recently at the Versilia Yachting Rendez-vouz. The vessel which isn't in build but a presented concept calls for a 37-meter or 123-foot motoryacht called the DOM123. It is a tri-deck (internal) yacht with full open-plan sun deck and features a semi-displacement hull. The name DOM is short for DOMUS which is essentially Latin for HOME. You will find the exterior design penned by Stefano Vafiadis.
  2. Emphasis was given to the exterior living aspect even though the yacht has decent interior volume. You will be pleased to find that pretty much all exterior areas have been designed around guest experience. Different regions from bow to stern and sundeck to upperdeck can be utilized for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The 'settee heaven' on the bow is the perfect spot for a more private get away. The forward sun deck has a jacuzzi installed and sun pads.
  3. CCN envisions the DOM123 to have a top speed of just over 20-knots with 2,500hp MTU marine diesel engines. If range is needed, the vessel can be dialed back to a continuous 12-knots and achieve a 3,000 nautical mile autonomy or even further at 10-knots...all with 40,000 LT of fuel onboard. With a GT of 395, a length of 37-meters, width of 8.70-meters and a draft of 2.10-meters, the yacht is sizable without being overly large. The layout of the vessel can accommodate 4 or 5 cabins in the lower deck. In the latter case, the Main Deck is dedicated to the owner’s cabin only, offering a 10 or 12 guests option. The 4 cabins layout hosts 2 wide body VIP cabins on the aft side and the fore side of the compartment and 2 convertible twins (or doubles) amidship. The Owner’s cabin is on the Main Deck and has 2 wonderful side windows (floor to ceiling) that ensure spectacular sea views and plenty of light inside the accommodation. The crew are housed on the forward end of the lower deck with the captain's cabin on the upper deck near the wheelhouse.

    For more information:

    Cerri Cantieri Navali
    Viale Zaccagna, 6
    54033 Avenza,
    Marina di Carrara (Massa Carrara, Italy)

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