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Mondomarine sold the new M40 Explorer

MONDOMARINE has signed the sale of the new M40 EXPLORER, designed by the Italian Naval Architect and Designer Sergio Cutolo – Hydro Tec.

The shipyard, where currently 4 yachts over 40m, already sold, are under construction (SF40 with delivery end of 2015 / M50 with delivery February 2016 / M60s with delivery June 2016 / M40 with delivery Spring 2016), has signed for the sale of the this this 40m explorer vessel, designed by Sergio Cutolo – Hydro Tec. and Mondomarine Engineering (exterior design, structural design, hydrodynamic and engineering).

The project of interiors is designed by Umberto Fossati – Fossati Design Bureau. The yacht is 40m long and has a maximum beam of almost 9m. It is a full displacing unit representing an evolution in the Explorer yacht concept.

It indeed maintains the technical features of every long – range unit but matched here with a modern and endearing line. Volumes are as generous as the range performances, we are close to 430 GT.
The revolutionary hull lines have been deeply studied with advanced dedicated software and then tank – tested to grant very low consumption rates, absolute comfort and an unrivalled range.
The layout has been specifically studied for the Owner, who will use the M40 Explorer as a family boat around the world; huge spaces have been dedicated to storerooms and refrigerated deposits.
The tender too will be custom made with the same family style as the  M40 Explorer.
With this project Mondomarine continues its successful tradition in the Explorer market, already achieved with the celebrated M/Y Tribù, the 50m which has already completed more than three tours around the world and that is the first unit to be awarded Green Star certification by RINA.
The delivery is due by June 2017.

 

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