Following the acquisition of a 40m work order last month, CCN has announced the sale of a custom Fuoriserie yacht. The 50m aluminium superyacht will begin construction this year at the Italian facility, following the successful completion of the planning stages.
According to the shipyard, the aluminium plaining hull of the 50m project, marks an important step forward in CCN’s construction technique and management. The CCN Fuoriserie is a collaborative project featuring exterior design by Studio Bacigalupo and interior styling by Studio Vafiadis and is the first time CCN has worked with these designers on a project over 30m.
The 50m yacht has a slender and sporty appearance, which follows the design theme of previous CCN superyachts. The project also features the trademark CCN curved window on the bridge deck and aerodynamic profile.
“This is truly a very exciting time for CCN – comments CCN’s CEO Diego Michele Deprati – We started 2016 with the announcement of an important work order and now, after such a short time, we can celebrate this new important deal. All this confirms we are on the right track. The Fuoriserie, our new fully-custom line, effectively highlights the distinguishing features and the value of our shipyard, whose main strengths are flexibility, exclusiveness, and world-class engineering and design.
There are now six projects under construction at the Italian shipyard, which is a staggering achievement as this is two more projects than in the current CCN fleet. Therefore by the end on 2017, CCN should have ten live superyachts in the fleet.
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