DOM123 on sale
CCN and Camper & Nicholsons announce the sale of the project dom123
27 May 2019
After the launch of MY VANADIS last week, CCN shipyard based in Carrara, Italy and Camper & Nicholsons are pleased to announce the sale of Project DOM123, a 37m superyacht with exterior and interior design by Stefano Vafiadis. The Camper and Nicholsons New Build Division has assisted the Owner from the very preliminary stage right through to the contract signing, analysing every aspect of this exciting project and advising accordingly.
“The sale of this yacht represents a strategic milestone for our shipyard – says Diego Deprati, CCN’s CEO – It is the first model of a signature line of projects named “Firma” (Signature) as they come out from the cooperation between the shipyard and majors international designers and naval architects like the Studio Vafiadis. With the “Firma” line CCN is able to confirm its strong positioning in the medium size range of yachting with a well-defined personality and style”.
The design was driven by the desires and needs of a modern and young yacht owner, with lifestyle and functionality top of the agenda. The aluminum semi-displacement hull can achieve a maximum speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,000nm @ 10knots.
Project DOM123 features a six-cabin layout with the master suite on the main deck which has the benefit of a private balcony. The yacht boasts an impressive array of lifestyle features, many of which are often only found on yachts in excess of 50m such as an elevator from lower deck all the way to sun deck. The yacht has a dynamic flow of social spaces for entertaining and the fantastic sun deck is linked by elevator directly with the guest accommodation and lower deck allowing easy access.
Project DOM123, already under construction at the Italian shipyard, is due to have the hull and superstructure joined in June 2019 with a scheduled delivery in 2020.
Length overall: 37,30 m – 123’
Length between perpendiculars: 35,30 m – 116
Beam, moulded: 8,70 m – 29’
Maximum draft (even keel): 2,15m – 7’
Displacement full load: 280 t
Displacement half load: 240 t
International gross tonnage: 395 GRT approx.
Main engines:CAT C32
Power 100% MCR: 2 x 1.193kW (1.622HP)
Engines RPM: 2.300rpm
Maximum speed: 16 kn
Cruising speed at 80% MCR: 15 kn
Range at 10 knots:4.000 nm
Total fuel tanks capacity: 40.0m3 – 10,567 Us Gal
Total fresh water capacity: 10.0 m3 – 2,642 Us Gal
Guest (private or commercial use): 10+ 2
Crew (private use): 9
Crew (commercial use): 8
CCN, which has been part of the Gavio Group since 2011, together with the Baglietto and Bertram brands, specializes in the construction of high-performing light alloy, steel and aluminum and composite yachts ranging between 24 and 50 m in length. The production of the traditional Flyingsport line in composite is continuing together with the “Firma” collection, which identifies a line of “signature projects” born from the collaboration of CCN with significant names of design and naval architecture. Among the latest projects, the Firma collection includes the steel and aluminum “small mega yachts” between 30 and 35 m in length by Tommaso Spadolini, combined with the new DOM123, an all-aluminum 37 meters designed by Stefano Vafiadis and currently under construction at the shipyard.
Uninhibited flexibility and a strong focus on the client lie at the very heart of the “Fuoriserie” collection, which marks CCN’s debut in the world of bespoke projects – unique masterpieces that respond to the customers’ requirement for full customization. With this line, the range that the Carrara-based boat builder is offering the market extends further, resulting in a very diversified series of products between 24 and 50 meters coming in different materials and concepts.