Fuoriserie is the largest project to be undertaken by the Italian shipyard, which is well known for building fast fibreglass sports boats.
The 50 metre Fuoriserie, designed by Studio Bacigalupo, features an aluminium semi-planing hull with an aggressive, slender profile. The yacht will have an estimated top speed of 28 knots. Interior design is by Studio Vafiadis.
CCN’s CEO, Diego Michele Deprati, said, “The Fuoriserie, our new fully-custom line, effectively highlights the distinguishing features and the value of our shipyard, whose main strengths are flexibility, exclusiveness, and world-class engineering and design.”
CCN officially rebranded itself to the public in September 2015. The yard announced a new line of displacement hull explorer yachts, including the Navetta ‘pocket superyacht’, which is one of the yachts that prove that bigger is not always better. Tomasso Spadolini designed a 35 and a 27 metre version of the Navetta, as well as the rugged looking 35 metre Phileas.
“This is truly a very exciting time for CCN,” added Deprati. “We started 2016 with the announcement of an important work order and now, after such a short time, we can celebrate this new important deal in the high-performance 'tailor-made' sector. All this confirms we are on the right track.”
Despite these new undertakings for CCN, the yard will also continue to build the fast GRP yachts that made it famous, including the restyled 102 Flyingsport and 86 Flyingsport lines.