In the last few months we have announced the sale of 3 yachts, Aurelia 29 (Flexplorer), Project MG 129 and Explorer 40.22. Today, we are proud to announce that on July the contract for a Darwin 112 has been finalized. The sale of this explorer confirms a successful trend for the Ancona based shipyard that has sold 4 yachts in only 7 months, that is a new contract every 50 days.

The largest Darwin to date has been sold to a very experienced and passionate Owner who enjoyed much his previous Darwin and yearned for a bigger version of it. “We are very glad that this experienced Owner decided to entrust us to build his second Darwin and proud for the confidence he has placed in our team,” says Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and sales and Marketing Director at CdM. “We will do our best to fulfill his expectations!”  With the former Darwin he crossed the Atlantic three times and sailed for more that 40.000 nautical miles having the opportunity to appreciate both its seaworthiness and comfort in all weather conditions. With the new yacht he plans even longer distance cruising to reach remote areas of the globe in full safety and relaxation with family and friends. He has decided to have a new Darwin Class designed as he appreciated the series' extraordinary habitability and rational layout. Among other qualities, the Owner appreciates their high bow that intercepts rough seas and sea-kindly hull granting full comfort and a feeling of protection to guests.

The Darwin 112 is designed to sail thousands of miles a year and both quality of construction, materials and technical equipment are critical to simplify the yacht's daily handling and upkeep. The engine room is always of key importance to CdM. Using proven high wear equipment in a large and well laid out engine room allows for ease of service by crew and the Darwin 112 is no exception. 

The Darwin 112 will be a genuine beauty of construction and design boasting the unmistakable Darwin aesthetics while leveraging on CdM's unique DNA. The project, customized according to his owner precise requests, will feature Nauta Design's interiors. This is the first time that Nauta designers, Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino, sign the interior of a Darwin Class. Exterior design and naval architecture bring the signature of Sergio Cutolo/Hydro Tec.

The owner and his team are currently working with the designers and the shipyard engineers to tailor the Darwin 112 to their taste and lifestyle, creating a yacht that will take them around the world in comfort and safety.

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