Italian shipyard Cantiere delle Marche has revealed that it has sold a new displacement motor yacht, currently known as Project Explorer 40.22.
Designed by Tommaso Spadolini in collaboration with Hydro Tec, which was responsible for the naval architecture, this explorer yacht will have a length overall of 42m, a maximum beam of 8.50m and a draught of 2.60m.
Once delivered, the vessel will be able to accommodate up to 14 guests in seven staterooms, including a full-beam owner’s suite with private study located forward on the main deck and two VIP cabins amidships on the lower deck.
Situated in the bow, the crew quarters will include three cabins with bunk beds and en-suite heads, a galley and a dinette; whilst the captain’s stateroom will be on the bridge deck, adjacent to the wheelhouse.
Among her amenities, the yacht will feature: a Jacuzzi, an outdoor lounge, a wet bar and a sunbathing area on the sundeck; an alfresco dining area and a skylounge on the upper deck; a large saloon on the main deck; and a spacious tender garage aft on the lower deck.
Equipped with two Cat C32 ACERT 970kW diesel engines, she will have a maximum speed of 14 knots and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 60,000 litres, a cruising range of 3,500nm at 10 knots.