The naval architecture will be done by Ginton and the interior and exterior styling will be completed by the Guido de Groot design studio. The appearance places a strong emphasis on classic lines that conceal her state-of-the-art engineering, producing ever-greater efficiency and environmental sustainability in the range.
2 x Schottel twin propeller units STP 150 FP are controlled by a hybrid system to meet this end: Traditional diesel engines and electrical engines energized by gensets or batteries will decrease fuel consumption and as a result the environmental impact. Twin CAT C9.3 B engines provide a maximum speed of 12.5 knots and a cruising speed of 8 knots while using electrical mode. Gyroscope stabilisers and fin stabilisers will be fitted for comfort and safety while cruising and while anchored.
The guest accommodation contains 1 Master suite and 2 guest cabins on the lower deck, leaving the main deck free for a massive salon fitted with an L-shaped sofa, a dining area, and an open galley. An alfresco lounge is located on the foredeck and the aft deck, where the swimming platform hosts a 5.5m/18ft tender.
There is a helm station on the main deck and on the flybridge, where guests can unwind on the sun loungers or dine alfresco with refreshments from the bar.
CCN is also currently constructing 50m/164ft LYSITHEA 50, designed by Studio Bacigalupo using the hull form originally seen in M/Y ELSEA. Other ongoing projects include a fibreglass 102′ FlyingSport motor yacht, an expedition-styled superyacht designed by Andrea Vallicelli and a number of luxury yachts between 30-35m (98-115ft) from Tommaso Spadolini.
CCN is considering the construction of a 33m/108ft aluminium CCN 33 FlyingComfort with outer lines by Carlo Cerri and interiors from Stefano Vifiadis. Future proposals include two luxury yachts from Stefano Vafiadis; the 33DOM and the 36DOM, and the 41.5m/136ft C415 is among the collaborations with Floating Life.