CCN sells fourth Fuoriserie yacht
Italian shipyard CCN has signed an order for its fourth 31-metre Fuoriserie superyacht.
The displacement yacht will be designed and built to the European buyers standards. Guido de Groot has handled both interior and exterior design. The core design focus will be centred on sustainability and efficiency.
It can house six guests in a master cabin and two separate guest cabins on the yacht’s lower deck. The main deck comprises a dining area, open galley, outdoor sun deck and helm station.
A second open air helm station is located on the fly bridge. There is also an aft swimming platform that holds a 5.5 metre tender.
The sustainable focus is evident by the two twin propeller STP 150 PP hybrid power units to power the yacht at little environmental impact. The yacht’s main propulsion is from two CAT C9.3B engines that help it achieve a max speed of 12.5 knots. In electric mode, the top speed is eight knots.
Designer: Guido de Groot
Length: 31 metres
Top speed: 12.5 knots
Top speed (electric): eight knots
Engines: Two CAT C9.3 B engines and 2x Schottel twin propeller units STP 150 FP