The Italian yard CCN has recently unveiled its latest superyacht project, the 37-metre DOM123, at the Versilia Yachting Rendez-vous.
The yacht is the first model in a new line called ‘DOM’: coming from the Latin word ‘Domus’ which means ‘home’, the name suggests that the inspiration for the new line is the idea of making yachts with a special homely feel. Designed by Stefano Vafiadis, the DOM123 promises to cruise in comfort and style, satisfying the desires, needs and lifestyle of a modern and young yacht owner.
With a beam of 8.7 metres, the DOM123 offers generous living spaces, including the main deck saloon and dining room for 10 people. On the upper deck, there is a sky lounge that converts into a cinema room. Going outside through the sliding windows that can open completely, there is a spectacular and panoramic external dining area seating up to 10-12 guests at a round table and a comfortable conversation area with a C – sofa for enjoying the view. The large flybridge offers a modern squared Jacuzzi with details and chromed railings, served by a central staircase.
The interiors include two ample salons with a formal salon on the main deck hosting a dining room for up to 12 people, with a central living room arrangement. Service is ensured by full-size pantries on the main deck and upper deck, with a professional galley located on the main deck.
The layout arrangement is flexible and can accommodate four or five cabins in the lower deck to accommodate 10-12 guests. In case, the main deck would be entirely dedicated to the owner’s suite.
The four cabins layout contains two widebody VIP cabins on the aft side and the fore side of the compartment and two convertible twins (or doubles) amidship. The owner’s cabin features two floor-to-ceiling side windows allowing for spectacular sea views and flooding the room with natural light.
Crew spaces are cleverly laid out, with full-size pantries found on the upper and main deck, in addition to the professional galley on the main deck. The captain’s cabin will be set on the upper deck while the rest of the crew accommodations are found on the lower deck, adjacent to a crew mess and laundry room.
The beach club revealed when the large swim platform folds down features a wide platform that covers the complete height of the stern when closed, offering a very large liveable area while horizontal. The six-metre tender is stowed in a purpose-designed garage, while Jet Skis and toys are stowed in the foredeck.
The aluminium semi-displacement hull, tested at the Brodarsky Institute in Zagreb, presents a forward bulb designed to optimise the performance of navigability and efficiency at an economical cruising speed of 12 knots, ensuring a range of 3,000 nautical miles. The vessel’s beam of 8.7 metres allows for high stability in all sea conditions.
Thanks to power provided by twin MTU 16V2000M96L engines of 1939 kW each, the vessel is expected to reach a maximum speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots.