|Length overall||50.0 m|
|Engines||2 XCAT 3512C 2040 HP(1500 KW @ 1600 RPM)|
|Maximum speed (at half load)||17.0 kn|
|Cruising speed (at half load)||15.0 kn|
|Gross Tonnage||499.0 GRT|
|Fuel capacity||78000 l|
|Water capacity||12000 l|
|Black & Grey water tanks||8000 l|
|Berths||12 + 9 crew|
|Exterior styling & concept||UNIELLÈ YACHTDESIGN–ADMIRALCENTROSTILE|
|Interior designer||ADMIRAL CENTRO STILE|
Being built with a steel hull and aluminium alloy superstructure this yacht is sure to turn heads when completed. One of the notable features in the design is the wall of glass used in the midships area. It showcases true floor-to-ceiling window design. The traditional area of the master suite –forward on the main deck- has very large vertical windows too on either side. Whoever sleeps in this room will be living in royalty. Accommodation will be for as many as twelve guests in six cabins while nine crew members are to be on hand.
She is going to be under 500 tonnes too thanks to her smart design. Tender storage usually would be aft on the lower deck but on this yacht that area is being used for a nice beach club fitted with dip pool, seating and shell doors on either side that fold down and form a terrace on the area for expanded lounging space on the water. The aft side opens up too so when at anchor this space really will come alive. Where are the tenders located then? They are situated on the bow forward of the bridge in their own lockers starboard and port allowing for a walkway down the center line for crew to access the bow machinery. The CF50 is being built RINA CXHull, •MACHY(CH) and MCA LY3 classifications. Powered by twin CAT 3512C marine diesels, she will have a top speed in the region of 17-knots and a comfortable trans-Atlantic range of 6,000 nautical miles at 10 to 11-knots.