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Cantiere delle Marche sells a Nauta Air 110

14 February 2024

An experienced Australian owner has chosen Cantiere delle Marche and a Nauta Air 110 as their new yacht. Cantiere delle Marche’s latest sale follows the September sale of a Nauta Air 108, demonstrating the value of the shipyard and the Nauta Air range.

We are thrilled with the success we are having in Australia,” pointed out Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and CEO of Cantiere delle Marche. “The fact that such magnificent coastlines, islands and coral reefs are so far from well-equipped ports and marinas makes our explorer yachts the ideal solution to navigate those seas in safety and maximum comfort.”

The Nauta Air series, designed by Nauta Yachts, the Milan-based studio helmed by Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino whose signature is borne by the exteriors and interiors, stands out for its notably clean profile, generous interior volumes and spacious exterior spaces, a clear example of Cantiere delle Marche’s proactive approach to yacht design.

At 33.50 metres long and 7.50 metres wide, the Nauta Air 110 combines steel construction and equipment designed for long, safe cruising with a seamless connection between interior and exterior spaces.

Cantiere delle Marche’s Nauta Air 110, powered by two 533 kW Caterpillar C18 Acerts, will have a range of over 4,000 miles at 10 knots.