A New Important Achievement for CCN
31-meter MY Vanadis Officially Presented
The yacht, built in light alloy, is the fourth model in the Shipyard’s ‘Fuoriserie’ fully-custom line. The Vanadis, named after a goddess of Norse mythology, is the successful outcome of the cooperation between and among CCN, Dutch design firm Guido de Groot, who took care of both interior and exterior design, and Ginton Naval Architects, who were responsible for naval architecture. Just like the yacht’s Owner, this is a truly ‘European’ project, in which Italian manufacture, Dutch design and engineering, and sophisticated German technology find their highest expression, endowing the Vanadis with a harmonious architecture, classic and timeless exterior lines, and cuttingedge technological solutions, with a strong focus on environmental friendliness and efficiency. The yacht is indeed equipped with two Schottel STP 150 FP azimuth thrusters driven by a hybrid system which includes both traditional diesel engines and an electric engine supplied by generators or batteries, ensuring low consumption and limited environmental impact, as well as increased onboard comfort thanks to reduced noise and vibrations both at anchor and when cruising. The layout features a master cabin and 2 guest cabins on the lower deck, while the indoor areas of the main deck, behind the wheelhouse, include a spacious salon furnished with a large L-shaped sofa, a dining area, and an open galley. Outside, both aft and forward on the main deck, are two comfortable lounge areas.
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