CDM signs its first Nauta Air explorer...

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CDM signs its first Nauta Air explorer...

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The all-aluminium 26m design comes from Milan-based Nauta Yachts.

 JULY 2012

Just a few weeks from unveiling its new ‘Nauta Air’ designs, Ancona, Italy-based Cantiere delle Marche Costruzioni Navali (aka CDM) has announced the sale of the first Nauta Air explorer, a Nauta Air 86. Drawn by the Nauta Yachts’ Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino, this aluminium motoryacht, a tweaked version of the Nauta Air 80 concept, combines seaworthiness and fuel efficiency with contemporary styling. She is the seventh explorer yacht to be sold by CDM, which only got going two years ago. This sale to a Thailand-resident Australian was negotiated by CDM’s Asia-Pacific representative Joshua Lee and his Lee Marine operation.
And we hear that two more Nauta Air orders are imminent from clients in Germany and Israel.
A key feature of the 26m (86ft) Nauta Air 86 is her 50m² flybridge.
CDM’s managing director is Ennio Cecchini, whose family own the shipyard. The sales and marketing director is Vasco Buonpensiere, who joined this new yard from neighbouring CRN.

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