Cantiere delle Marche Yachts

Based in Ancona, on Italy’s Adriatic Coast, Cantiere delle Marche builds long-range, luxury yachts and superyachts from 26 to 35 metres in length.

History of Cantiere delle Marche

Cantiere delle Marche (CDM) was founded in 2011 by a group of veteran shipbuilders, including members of Italy’s Cecchini family, international leaders in the construction of gas and chemical tanker ships and other commercial vessels. The shipyard also is associated with Costruzioni e Progettazioni Navali (CPN), which specialises in metal outfitting for yachts and merchant ships, and Maurizio Gasparroni’s yacht interior construction business.

CDM offers two series of luxury explorer superyachts: The traditional Darwin Class 86, 90, 96 107 and 115; and the contemporary Nauta Air 86, 90, 96, 115 and 130.

Notable Cantiere delle Marche Superyachts

In 2013, the Darwin Class 96 Stella di Mare made her debut. The 29.5-metre explorer yacht has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Equipped with twin MTU 8V M72 diesel engines, she offers an outstanding range of 5,900 nautical miles at 10 knots. Her layout has four staterooms, accommodating up to 10 guests, and she is staffed by a crew of five.

The Nauta Air 86 YOLO, the first hull in the Nauta Air line, launched in June, 2014.  Featuring a design by Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Design, the 27.15-metre, aluminium yacht accommodates ten guests in four staterooms and four crew in two cabins. She has a 3,200-nautical mile range at 9 knots.

Yachts for Charter

Specialisations

CDM provides design and engineering services, wood and metalworking, luxury yacht construction, sales, and service.

YACHTS BY Cantiere delle Marche

DEEP BLUE 43

42.9 m  2021

AUDACE

42.8 m  2019

MAVERICK

42.67 m  2023

CROWBRIDGE

42 m  2020

RJ

39.42 m  2021

AURELIA

39.23 m  2020

ASTRUM

37.35 m  2019

MG115

35 m  2023

MG115

35 m  2023

HYHMA

33.83 m  2018

NARVALO

33.4 m  2016

MIMI LA SARDINE

33.1 m  2018

ALMA

32.7 m  2021

STORM

32.6 m  2015

DARWIN 106

32.31 m  2021