The Italian yard Cerri Cantieri Navali has unveiled a new project for a 43m-explorer yacht named Commander.
Having been revealed this week at the Cannes Yachting Festival, Commander is a five-deck yacht, due to be launched in late 2017. She has been developed in collaboration with yacht management company Floating Life, and has a total interior volume of 498GT.
Mauro Sculli, the exterior designer for Commander commented, “The design is a compromise between different types of yachts; mainly an explorer and a traditional, modern craft, combined with the wish to include elements that would immediately and clearly reflect Cerri Cantieri Navali’s distinctive style.”
A standout feature of Commander’s exterior is an open aft deck, able to be used as a sunbathing space or storage to carry a 10m tender. She features two pools on board, one on the owner’s deck, and a second located on the aft deck upper, which faces out to sea. There is also a large beach club with foldout sections on either side.
Commander’s interior features a main saloon measuring 80sqm, with sliding glass doors and a Greek isles-inspired décor. The owner’s deck measures 100sqm, with his and hers en-suites alongside the private spa pool. Accommodation is available for 12 guests on board, featuring two twin rooms, a bunk cabin, and two VIP suites with fold-out terraces.
Diego Deprati, CEO at Cerri Cantieri Navali said, “This yacht stands out for a number of modern, innovative solutions and I am confident it will be welcomed by the market just as it deserves.”
Commander is powered by two CAT C32 engines, allowing her to reach a top speed of 15 knots, and a range of 5,400nm when cruising at 12 knots.
For more information, visit Cerri Cantieri Navali.