FROM 28 TO 35 mt

LENGTH OVERALL

FROM 7.43 TO 7.70 mt

MAX BEAM

FROM 2.30 TO 2.60 mt

DRAUGHT FULL LOAD

FROM 10 TO 12

PASSENGERS

FROM 4 TO 5

CABINS

5000 nm

RANGE

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While it still maintains a strong “mariner” feel that is typical of working boats, the Darwin Class continually strives to improve the size and layout of the interior spaces so as to reach the perfect blending point between the technical-structural features and the balance of volume and lines.

YACHT COMPARATIVE
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YACHT SPECIFICATION

28,10 x 7,43 mt

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YACHT SPECIFICATION

31,00 x 7,43 mt

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YACHT SPECIFICATION

31,00 x 7,43 mt

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YACHT SPECIFICATION

32,00 x 7,70 mt

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Cantiere delle Marche has brought yachting to a new dimension expanding your horizons and widening your possible experiences on the oceans beyond expectations. Thanks to CdM Vessels, it is finally going to be you deciding which routes and emotions to explore. Not the limits of your Yacht.

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SERGIO CUTOLO

HYDROTEC - NAVAL ARCHITECTURE
Once again, the joint effort between a shipyard with an amazing vision of the market and its customer’s needs, and a clever design engineering is proving to be a winning formula!

After having presented the new Darwin 90 and 115 in Cannes, how would you position this Darwin 107’ in the range?
The new Darwin 107’is quite close to the 115’ in terms of length. The design has started from the specific requirement of the Client, a very expert and knowledgeable yacht man, who has asked us a very family oriented version of the Darwin Class also considering that the crew is virtually part of the family, after so many years working for the same Principal. Obviously the aesthetic choices and design details of this Darwin 107’ are completely in line with what I defined in the last issue of this newsletter as the Darwin 2.0: the first real refreshing of this range since the launch of the Darwin 86 three years ago.

Let’s go deeper into the Darwin 107’ design.
The 107' represents a very clever compromise as far as the technical contents, the volume and the price are concerned. There is no doubt that it is ‘a lot of boat’ for the size and its intrinsical contents are definitely the highest possible on the market today. It is based on a new naval platform, with width and length of construcion significatevely incremented if compared to the previous yachts delivered by CdM. The waterlines, even if based on the previous succesful experiences, have been optimized with Final Element Analysis in cooperation with the Marin Dutch Institute, granting to the owner the best efficiency, seaworthiness and performance in all conditions. This is of paramount importance importance, keeping in mind that this Vessel will cruise up to the North West Passage and the guests will be onboard for many days also during long passages. As I said before when presenting the Darwin 90 and 115, the refresh of the design it is evident looking at this yachts, but at the same time it is very difficult to recognize it in its single elements: The 107’ is in all respects a Darwin Class at first sight.

What would you identify as the strengths of the Darwin 107’?
As far as we have realized working side by side with the owner, its captain and the staff at CdM, the main peculiarities of this design are the simplicity of the basics of the engineering of this project (which doesn’t mean a simple project…) which has been thought as usual for the Darwins to be hyper reliable, and the extreme personalization and customization of the details in order to satisfy in full the owner’s needs together with the ones of his crew. In any case, it is very important to stress that this platform, for its characteristics, it is very flexible and it adapts perfectly to many different needs: this is why – at the moment – it is already used by the shipyard for different commercial proposals.

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M/Y ARCHIPELAGO,
THE DESIGNER POINT OF VIEW

Francesco Guida - Designer
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WHAT IT TAKES TO BUILD
EXPLORER VESSELS

Simon Milovanovic Varvaro - Project Manager
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PEOPLE

I CAN WHOLEHEARTEDLY
SAY THAT CDM HAS BUILT
US A SUPERB YACHT

Owner - M/Y Percheron
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PEOPLE

I ENJOY SEEING
A SHIP COME TO LIFE

Marc Maudet - Captain of M/Y Babbo
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PEOPLE

I BELIEVE WE HAVE
A REAL EXPLORER VESSEL

Tj Torrance - Captain of M/Y Acala
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PEOPLE

I CAN SAY NOW THAT MY DARWIN HAS MET AND EXCEEDED EVERY EXPECTATION

Owner - M/Y Storm

YACHT
COMPARATIVE

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LENGTH
OVERALL
WATERLINE
LENGTH
MAX
BEAM
DEPTH
AMIDSHIP
DRAUGHT
FULL LOAD
DISPLACEMENT
FULL LOAD
PASSENGERS
RANGE
Darwin Class 92

28,10 x 7,43 mt

28,10 mt
92 ft
25,50 mt
83.66 ft
7,43 mt
24.42 ft
4 mt
13.12 ft
2,30 mt
7.55 ft
240 t
236 lg ton
8 (+2) guest
4 cabins
5˙000 nm
@ 9,5 knots
Darwin Class 102

28,10 x 7,43 mt

31 mt
102 ft
28 mt
92 ft
7,43 mt
24.42 ft
4 mt
13.12 ft
2,45 mt
8.04 ft
240 t
236 lg ton
8 (+2) guest
5 cabins
4˙700 nm
@ 9,5 knots
Darwin Class 112

32,00 x 7,70 mt

34,44 mt
112.8 ft
32 mt
105 ft
7,70 mt
25.25 ft
4,30 mt
14.10 ft
2,60 mt
8.05 ft
310 t
276 lg ton
10 (+2) guest
5 cabins
5˙000 nm
@ 10 knots
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SUN DECK

We believe that beauty and performance are inseparable values that together enable the ship-owner to enjoy the very best sensations every minute of his life a board. With 57 sq mt the Sun Deck of the Darwin Class is superior in size to those on other vessels of a corresponding length, a true deck on which one can relax, have lunch, sunbathe, train or simply entertain a number of guests for a cocktail or party aboard.

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ENGINE ROOM

The engine room is the heart of the Darwin Class and reflects the essence of space, functionality, ease of maintenance, sturdiness and cleanliness in every sense. The ample spaces together with highly optimized organization of each machinery facilitate their easy maintenance. From the Cupro Nickel piping to the remote controlled valves and parallel automatic generators, each and every detail in the engine room has been designed and constructed following criteria that are usually used on exceptionally high quality vessels exceeding 40 metres. Furthermore, the standard water (black and grey) and bilge sludge treatment systems utilize plants tested on mercantile ships on which usage is intense and 24hours a day.

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HULL

The hull is built with steel grade A and the superstructure in light aluminum 5083, a combination that lowers the centre of gravity of the vessel increasing safety and stability. The thickness of the steel plates at the bottom of the hull is 12 mm, much thicker than the Class requires.

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INTERIORS

Due to the optimization of the total space available, both the interiors and exteriors of the vessel are extremely spacious and welcoming. The particularly intelligent distribution of these spaces provides the Darwin Class with storage, living and operational areas that are comfortable and functional both for the ship-owner and their guests, and the crew. The minimum height of 2.10 m and the ample windows render the Darwin Class incredibly comfortableand bright while maintaining a solid marine style for the exterior.

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TENDER

Thanks to the large beam, the Darwin Class is able to accommodate a much larger tender than those usually found aboard yachts of the same length. As an example, MY Babbo carries a Williams Jet Tender 625 while MY Galego features a Novurania Chase 19.

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HOWSE PIPES AND BOW PROTECTION PLATES

The hawse pipes and bow protection plates are 12mm thickness stainless steel AISI 316L plates. Their polished finish gives to the vessel an elegant look.

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SKEG

We produce vessels that neither fear the sea nor weather, born to render even the most difficult voyage safe and comfortable thanks to their sturdiness and technology. The solid, deep skegs of the Darwin Class support and duct the shafts while their form also perfectly protects the rudders and propellers from accidental shocks with semi submerged objects and the seabed in shallow waters, thereby reducing these risks to a minimum.

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INDIPENDENT RUDDERS

Life at sea equates with having liberty. Thanks to progress in design and applied technologies Darwin Class is able to reach exceptionally high levels of excellence in cruising range, stability and maneuverability: three characteristics that are key to independence at sea. The twin independently controlled NFU/FFU rudders offer incredible maneuverability enabling complete 360° rotation. When accosting, the independent rudders enable the rudders and motors to be contrasted as necessary thereby rendering use of the thrusters almost superfluous.

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ELECTRIC STABILISERS

Darwin class is equipped with zero speed adaptable electric stabilizers which render navigation and stops at anchor smoother, reducing roll up to 70% and eliminating the inevitable noise of a hydraulic system. The stabilizers are closed in watertight casings in the engine room guaranteeing excellent standards of safety and isolation. The electric system facilitates a rapid response from the outstanding fins thus improving efficiency and above all reducing the maintenance required by the traditional system.

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LAZARETTE

This is a space the Owner uses depending on what he likes to do at sea. Whether he is a keen diver, an hard-core fisherman, a water-sport enthusiast, the lazarette of the Darwin Class can be fitted with all the equipment and machinery needed to practice the Owner’s passion at its best. The storage will be engineered to keep the lazarette neat, clean and all the belonging safe even in the worst sea conditions. Alternatively, when the Owner has no other passion rather than enjoy the sea, the lazarette can be set up as a proper laundry and storage space.