The complete product range by Cerri Cantieri Navali after the company’s re-organization.

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Sea Look

With a renewed brand identity, CCN – Cerri Cantieri Navali took part in the latest international boat shows in Cannes and Monte Carlo, presenting ‘Sea Look’, the fourth hull in the successful 102’ Flyingsport line and the new 35m Navetta project. Designed by Arch. Tommaso Spadolini, CCN 35 will be the first in a new line of displacement yachts built in steel and aluminium or entirely in aluminium.

Founded by Carlo Cerri in 1997, today CCN is part of the Gavio Group and has been undergoing a far-reaching renewal process, that firstly started with their reorganization and new image, and now is involving their product range.

The 2 most successful series – the CCN 102’ Flyingsport and the CCN 86’ Flyingsport – have been restyled, preserving their distinctive décor features but with a more contemporary touch. Furthermore, 2 new lines of steel and aluminium and/or all-aluminium yachts are alredy under construction, which will give CCN the opportunity to offer its international clientele a truly complete product range:

  • the Navetta yachts between 24 and 35 m in length, designed by Studio Spadolini Design,
  • the ‘Phileas’ – 35 m ‘Expedition’ yachts, pencilled by Vallicelli.

CCN will be present at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (5-9 November 2015), where the boat builder will be displaying the CCN 86 Flying Sport Maylen.

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Sea Look – CCN 102’ Flyingsport Line

[padding right=”10%” left=”10%”]Great care for details also means that there are no sharp edges onboard, which makes the yacht ideal to welcome even very young Owners-to-be and expresses the ultimate concept of ‘family friendly’.[/padding]

Cerri’s long-standing experience and unmistakable style has been well represented in this fourth hull in the 102’ Flyingsport line, named “Sea Look”. This yacht, however, stands out for the elegance of its exterior sleek lines, which further highlight the core element of the ‘Flyingsport’ concept, i.e. blending the comfort of a flying bridge yacht with the sporty character and speed of large open crafts, thereby achieving a flawless combination of elegance, style, functionality and onboard liveability.

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As to the interiors, Architect Filippo Rossi pencilled the yacht drawing inspiration from the natural landscapes and elements of Sardinia, with its sand, rocks, north-westerly wind, waves and the turquoise sea. [highlight color=”blue”]Turquoise[/highlight], also evoked by the name of the yacht, is the only colour purposefully disrupting – in the central wall of the main deck – the soft harmony of the light colour shades (beige, brown, and sand) that are the fil rouge unravelling across the entire vessel.

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Light, soft colours are meant to create a pleasant, relaxing contrast with the bright colours typical of the days spent at sea. All interiors are extremely bright thanks to a central skylight, characterised by a very innovative profile, that allows to considerably increase the height of the main salon, letting light shine through and flood the entire room. While natural light plays a key role, the lighting devices installed on the walls and in passageways and recesses create a warm ’embracing’ effect.

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Cerri’s know-how is also clearly reflected by the great care devoted to interior design and the use of materials, a glaring example of which is the main salon, featuring a three-arched entrance with a skilful alternation of wood (elm) and leather. The straight lines that characterize the salon equally skilfully play with the soft ones found in the dining room, furnished by Poltrona Frau.

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Navetta 35m – The “small megayacht”

The latest born at CCN is the Navetta 35m, nicknamed the “small megayacht” and designed by Tommaso Spadolini and CCN’s Technical Department. It is a line of steel and aluminium, or entirely aluminium, displacement yachts, whose project originated from the meeting with a German Owner who expressed the wish to find the same comfort offered by his 42 m megayacht in a smaller boat.

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Navetta 35m

[padding right=”10%” left=”10%”]“A real challenge” to use architect Spadolini’s words, “as it implies ensuring a different way of experiencing life on board, an easier management of the yacht, and a closer contact with the sea”.[/padding]

This philosophy led to the rearrangement of the volumes and the modification of solutions that are normally found on larger yachts (from the separate onboard routes for the crew and the guests to the size of the various areas) in order to adapt them to a 35 m craft – an approach that makes the CCN 35 really one in its kind.

The interior layout is indeed very unusual for a boat of this size, with the main deck entirely devoted to guests, who can enjoy great comfort and a wonderful view. Here the master stateroom and two VIP cabins have been arranged, while two more guest cabins are located amidships on the lower deck – to which access is gained via a dedicated staircase -, totalling 10 passengers.

On the lower deck are also the large, comfortable crew quarters, featuring two double cabins, a separate galley (to prevent fumes and smells from spreading to the other areas), the crew mess, the laundry, and a cold room, as is normally the case on larger boats. A side door at the height of the waterline serves as a service entrance for the dinghy.

The captain’s cabin is located on the upper deck, behind the pilot station. Here, an approximately 40 sq m sky lounge hosts a comfortable conversation area and an indoor dining area seating up to 10 people, while the outdoor aft area is furnished with built-in sofas and a table seating 8.

The use of light is also worth mentioning. All interiors are extremely bright thanks to the large glazed surfaces and to a central skylight installed on the fly deck, which lets natural light shine through and flood both decks thanks to an opening porthole in the central part of the boat, between the main and the lower decks.

The 34 sq m sundeck is entirely devoted to life in the open air: sun pads, a sunbathing area, and a barbecue make this area ideal to enjoy time in the sun. A Jacuzzi can also be installed here, upon request. A multi-purpose area and a second sunbathing area can also be found at the bow.

The straight bow increases the length at the waterline, thereby allowing the yacht to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, thanks to two CAT C32 engines. The 5.40 m tender can be stored crosswise and exit through the door on the starboard side.

Navetta 27 CERRIA similar philosophy has been implemented on the smaller, 27-meter-long, sister ship, built in aluminium. The wide-body design ensures great airiness to the approximately 40 sq m salon, featuring ceiling-high glazed surfaces that let plenty of natural light into the day area, which includes a lounge area and a dining area. A spacious galley can be found on the main deck. From there, the crew quarters can be reached. Moreover, two indoor balconies, ideal to be enjoyed also while cruising, can be found on both sides of the yacht. The night area has a traditional layout, with the master stateroom on the main deck and the guest cabins on the lower deck. On the upper deck are a wide terrace, located aft, with built-in sofas and a dining area, while a comfortable day living area can be found behind the pilot station. The entire flybridge has been entirely arranged as a sunbathing area.

Hybrid propulsion is available as an optional on both models.

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