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News: CCN's 37M Motoryacht "Run Away" Delivered

Discussion in 'Baglietto Yacht' started by Yacht News, Mar 10, 2021.

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  1. 37-meter "Run Away" Delivered By CCN
    The CCN yard has now delivered the 37-meter motor yacht named "Run Away". She was built to a design by Stefano Vafiadis and has some automotive features to the exterior which the new young owner was attracted to. The interior of the vessel has been tailored to meet the modern flair of the owner's tastes. Indeed, looking through the 395 GT interior it's evident of this modern flair in addition to the free-form nature of the furniture and tray ceilings.
  2. The interior is home to six (6) cabins for the owner and up to ten (10) of their guests with nine crew taking care of them. The master suite is full-beam and located on the forward main deck and has a fold-out balcony on the starboard side allowing the owner to enjoy unparalleled vistas while at anchor. Onboard there are several relaxation areas to choose from. The bow has a lovely set-up with a combination of al-fresco seating areas as well as well as sun bathing pads. The sun deck is fitted with a hot tub as well as sunning areas along with a hardtop with retractable embedded awning.
  3. A pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesel engines are onboard to Run Away at a top speed of 16-knots. Cruising should be set at around 13 or 14-knots with an acceptable range of 4,000 nautical miles at a sedate 10-knots continuously. CCN has another two vessels like this under construction at present although they are 40-meter variations. What is different though is that since Baglietto and CCN merged, these new vessels are going to be branded as Baglietto when they are delivered/completed in 2022 and 2023 respectively.

    For more information:

    CCN Yachts Yard
    Viale Zaccagna, 6
    54033 Avenza,
    Marina di Carrara
    (Massa Carrara, Italy)

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