IMMINENT IN ITS LAUNCH, THE DARWIN 86-33, ACQUIRED BY AN ENTHUSIAST AMERICAN OWNER, SHOWCASES BESPOKE CONFIGURATION, MACHINERY, AND LAYOUT METICULOUSLY CRAFTED TO HER OWNER’S SPECIFICATIONS.
The Darwin Class continues to provide Cantiere delle Marche with great satisfaction, firmly establishing itself as a reference in the explorer yachts’ market. This Darwin 86 adds up to a total of twelve Darwins from 86 to 112 feet already delivered. The Darwin 86-33 will be a genuine beauty of construction and design boasting the unmistakable Darwin aesthetics by Hydro Tec while leveraging on CdM’s unique approach to technical areas. Her interior design has been developed by Massari Design. Some requests arise from the Owners’ navigation plans, as they seek to venture into distant and challenging seas. The project, customized according to his Owner precise requests, is designed to sail for long periods also at the highest latitudes so she will feature an ‘ice belt’ at waterline level and enhanced scantlings in the hull and rudders to cope with icy conditions. Among the Owner’s requests there are also a fourth pilot station in the engine room.
She is powered with twin Scania engines 294 kW and features 3 Northern Light Generators for a total of 155 kW and sodium-lithium chloride batteries. Her wheelhouse is designed to offer Captain and crew the easiest handling of the yacht with a Boening integrated monitoring and control systems. The yacht is protected with a sophisticated anti-intrusion system. Her layout interior and design feature a configuration consistent with the Owner’s requests as for number of guests and style. The Owner’s stateroom is located on the Lower deck amidships on the starboard side, opposite a large Spa/relax area followed by a twin cabin and a single cabin with pullman bed. A VIP suite occupies the furthest forward section of the full. Crew quarters are located on the Main deck forward alongside the galley and a sizable crew mess, and directly connected to the wheelhouse on the Upper deck via a dedicated staircase.