CCN Launches 102 Flyingsport

Cerri Cantieri Navali launched Hull No. 4 of its 102-foot (31-meter) Flyingsport line at Marina di Carrara.
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Cerri Cantieri Navali launched Hull No. 4 of its 102-foot (31-meter) Flyingsport line at Marina di Carrara.

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With its contemporary design, the Flyingsport line features outstanding slender lines, a comfortable flying bridge, along with a fusion of style and performance that epitomizes the winning features of the line. Designed modern, the helm station on the main deck benefits from a newly designed instrument panel lined in leather with double stitched flat fell seams that adds to the sophisticated atmosphere of the Flyingsport line. Across the entire vessel, full-grain aniline finished leather with ton-sur-ton stitchings are added as an extremely stylish addition in combination with juxtapose dark wood to opaque lacquered surfaces and marbles that punctuates the interior design.

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Bamboo lathwork with alternating glass and mirroring surfaces extends the view of the main deck, highlighting spatial balance while keeping the size of the saloon untouched and spacious. The middle of the main deck boasts a seating area complete with a large sofa lined with light-shade fabric, creating an environment of onboard conviviality. The lower deck features the master cabin, along with three guest cabins, all sharing from the sophistication and style found across the entire yacht.

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Crew quarters are accessible from a separate access from the stern while the three berths for the yacht's sailors are located forward. A dinette/galley and a laundry area are included in the crew area.

Access to the cockpit is found aft through a leather-lined portal, framing the view from the cockpit to the saloon, taking advantage of the care taken for the lighting system of light beams along with design lamps. Unusual on 102-foot Flyingsport vessels, the captain's cabin can be situated behind the helm.

Hull No.4 of the 102-foot Flyingsport line will be on worldwide premiere in the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show. It stands as part of Cerri Cantieri Navali's ambition to meet client request in maintaining a signature of flexibility and ability to meet the highest, and most challenging requests for ultimate customization. CCN's CEO Diego Michele Deprati said, "We are delighted with the latest-born in the 'Flyingsport' line, which we are proudly going to introduce to the world at the forthcoming boat shows, together with CCN's new, wider range. We have undoubtedly set ourselves very ambitious goals."

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