Italy’s CCN shipyard—part of the Gavio Group along with Bertram and Baglietto—has launched a new line of custom yachts called Fuoriserie with an order for Hull No. 1 from an American owner.
Floating Life Charter & Brokerage brought the project to CCN. Design is by Studio Sculli in Sarzana, Italy, with naval architecture by Vannini-Oleggini in La Spezia, Italy.
The 131-foot design is being built for global cruising. She will have a steel hull reinforced for light ice-class duty, plus an aluminum superstructure.
Her layout will include a private owner’s deck, a galley and pantry that CCN says are comparable to those aboard 164-foot yachts, and a garage that can house a 21-foot tender. A “teak beach” with movie theater is also planned, in addition to multiple outdoor dining and sunbathing areas.
“This new challenge will allow us to prove once more our expertise in the construction of megayachts, as well as our shipyard’s flexibility and unmatched quality,” Diego Michele Deprati, the CEO of CCN, stated in a press release. “This is indeed a fully custom project, implying painstaking studies and a high level of know-how.”
More about CCN: The initials stand for Cerri Cantieri Navali, a yard that builds yachts from 86 to 102 feet length overall.