Cantiere Delle Marche Flexplorer 142 Sold
Cantiere delle Marche announced the sale of another yacht of the Flexplorer line: a Flexplorer 142 has been sold to a young and enthusiast German owner, a keen sailor, who has previously owned several sailing and motor yachts. She is the second yacht in the Flexplorer class after Aurelia, Flexplorer 130 that has been delivered recently.
‘We are proud to be able to sign this contract despite the restrictions caused by the pandemic. Thanks to the excellent relationship with the Owner and his feedbacks, in spite of the present circumstances, details such as layout, general styling, power, size, special features and delivery date have already been defined,’ said Vasco Buonpensiere, Sales Director at CdM. Flexplorer 142, named Maverick, is a true explorer vessel, featuring a robust displacement hull designed by Hydro Tec, who penned also her bold exterior lines, and interiors by Francesco Paszkowki and Margherita Casprini.
Among her peculiar features, an immense cockpit, the asymmetrical layout of the main salon, a heavy-duty A-frame crane that can launch and retrieve the tender over the stern, and an infinity swimming pool take centre stage. On the Upper deck a large open area hosts rescue boat and jet skis; at anchor, this area is furnished with loose sofas and sun beds becoming a further enjoyable lounging area en plein air. The main salon is full-beam to starboard side whilst a passage on the portside gives access to the dining area and galley in order to ease service from the galley to the outdoors and vice versa.
Two MTU 10V2000M72 900kW each and 60,000l fuel tanks provide a top speed of 14 knots and a range of 5000nm at 10 knots. Maverick’s hull will feature an ‘ice-belt’ 400mm above and below the water line to navigate at the highest latitudes.
The versatile layout comprises four suites on the Lower deck and two master staterooms, one on the main deck forward, and a second one on the Upper deck with an adjoining single cabin, with the capacity for up to thirteen guests serviced by six crew.
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