|Length overall||37.35 m|
|Engines||Caterpillar C 32 Acert 2x746kW @ 1600 rpm|
|Maximum speed (at half load)||13.0 kn|
|Cruising speed (at half load)||11.0 kn|
|Gross Tonnage||365.0 GRT|
|Fuel capacity||55000 l|
|Water capacity||6600 l|
|Black & Grey water tanks||3000 l|
Acciaio 123’ is a strong and robust steel and aluminum explorer vessel whose exterior lines carries both masculine and elegant traits.
After the very successful Darwin Class and Nauta Air ranges, the Acciaio range from Cantiere delle Marche raises the bar of what an explorer vessel should be like in terms of design, functionality and quality.
Her 37,35 mt in length overall and 7,80 mt (or 25,5’) of beam contributes for a gross tons of 350.
The hull design offers not only class-leading fuel efficiency but also a noiseless cruise and extreme guest comfort. A bulbous bow ensures good seakeeping for a boat whose Owner embarks on voyages in seas that often keep other yachts at the dock.
Her interior offers 6 guest cabins spread across three guest decks, including a full beam master cabin on main deck and a VIP cabin on upper deck.
The main salon has separate areas for dining and lounging with a TV screen located on the aft bulkhead. A big sliding door connects the main salon to an outdoor beach club of 53 sq mt: a head-turner, chill out zone in which cockpit, transom staircase and swimming platform becomes one single area with direct access to the sea and open air. A large media room/sky lounge is located on the upper deck that open up to a large alfresco dining area outside. Moving upstairs and the superyacht sundeck is fitted with a spa pool and sunpads, while the hard top Bimini allows guests to relax in the shade and enjoy a light meal or a drink from the bar. The large aft area of the sundeck can be either use to set up free standing chaise longue, accommodate toys or be used as a fitness and yoga area.
The Owner’s fun and enjoyment of the sea is secured by the ample selection of water toys that Acciaio 123 can carry. In fact, beside a 5 mt tender in the garage and a jet ski on the bow, lots of space has been purposely built in two storages located underneath the tender housing and on the foredeck area.
The systems aboard Acciaio 123’ hold typical CDM over engineered standards: 12 mm steel hull, motorized bilge pumps, black, gray, and bilge waters that have been adapted from the world of work ships and designed to be used 24/365, cupronickel piping, independent rudders, automatic parallel between generators.
In terms of performances, Acciaio 123’ reaches a top speed of 13 knots and a range of 5.500 nautical miles at 10 knots of cruising speed.