The Italian shipyard Cantiere delle Marche has announced the launch of the motor yacht Crowbridge. A striking 42m ocean-going vessel designed by the Italian Tommaso Spadolini with naval architecture by Sergio Cutolo of HydroTec, Crowbridge represents the first yacht launched by the yard following the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown and an ‘injection of optimism’ as stated by CdM’s co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director, Vasco Buonpensiere.
A full-custom explorer yacht she has clean and sleek lines and was designed for all weather conditions, thanks to her efficient, seaworthy hull form, providing everyone on board with comfort and safety. She was designed for customers seeking a sturdy motor yacht with excellent technical features. Crowbridge was created to be family-friendly with exceptional service onboard, however also with the possibility of all family members being involved in all sort of activities on board, including cooking.
Tommaso Spadolini has created a clean and simple silhouette, with a vast interior and exterior areas for socialising and relaxation. Accommodation aboard spreads over seven beautifully-appointed guest suites as well as four cabins for the Captain and the crew.
Powered by two Caterpillar C32 Acert she will reach a top speed of 14 knots and have a range of 3,500 nautical miles at the economic speed of 10 knots.
Two more yachts will be launched by the yard in the following weeks.