Italian shipyard Cerri Cantieri Navali (CCN) has launched 27-metre (88-foot) superyacht Freedom, a new vessel designed by Florence-born fashion icon Robert Cavalli
Freedom being lifted ahead of her launch on 13th July.
Christening CCN's newly built vessel.
Freedom on the water after her launch.
The team and owner Roberto Cavalli celebrate Freedom's launch.
Cavalli, who is also the owner of Freedom, was present for her launch during a ceremony on 13th July. She is the latest hull in the yard’s Fuoriserie series.
The acclaimed designer, credited with popularising the ‘sand-blasted denim’ look and launching the prestigious Cavalli brand, which since 1975 has sold leather accessories, luxury clothing and perfumes, created Freedom in conjunction with friend and experienced compatriot Tommaso Spadolini.
Cavalli and Spadolini’s design features striking, modern lines and elegant curves aplenty. Freedom boasts a fully aluminium hull and can reportedly reach a staggering top speed of 40 knots thanks to a trio of Rolls-Royce water-jet marine engines.
Inside, Freedom boasts a majestic owner’s suite behind the helm station which spans the entirety of the main deck and features a central skylight. Her main tender storage is located forwards, and below deck are a pair of guest cabins and all the crew accommodation.
In their design, Cavalli and Spadolini have additionally included a number of privacy features and systems, such as floor-to-ceiling curtains and an aft cockpit.
Freedom will be given her public debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
For more information, visit Cerri Cantieri Navali.