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News: CdM EXP42 Design Revealed

Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Launches' started by Yacht News, Jul 6, 2020.

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  1. EXP42 Design Unveiled By CdM
    Cantierie delle Marche (CdM) has dropped the covers on a new design called the EXP42 -Explorer 42-meter. This particular design is to be 42.5-meters long and have a GT of 460. In fact, CdM is calling this the EXP Line suggesting more vessels will be designed in the future with internal volume ranging from 310 up to 499GT. The line is also designed by the renown Francesco Paszkowski.
  2. The new line comes after the launching of the 42-meter "Crowbridge" from CdM. For the EXP42, construction would be in steel for the displacement hull and aluminium for the superstructure. The yard is leaving the interior to have it's owner's personal stamp of customization. The interior though relevant to guest accommodation has different layouts. One layout has the vessel in a six-cabin arrangement, good for charter. Another layout takes in the master suite being on the forward main deck and four cabins on the lower deck -likely two doubles and two twins-.
  3. Like all explorer class vessels practicality as well as endurance are some of the key factors that must come to the fore. The EXP42 will give you that in a stylish package and platform. Tender storage is on the bow ahead of the bridge and consists of the primary tender, a smaller RIB and space for two PWCs. Twin C32 ACERT powerplants are envisioned to power the EXP42 with a decent range of 5,000 nautical miles at continuous 10-knots using 60,000 LT capacity tanks. Top speed is slated to be 14-knots. One of the good features about this design is the abundance of open deck space. There is a pool on the aft main deck too and an attractive sundeck area.

    For more information:

    Cantiere delle Marche
    Via Enrico Mattei, 36,
    60125 Ancona AN, Italy

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