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Worth Avenue to represent Cantiere delle Marche in the Americas

A call to Simon Gibson at Worth Avenue Yachts brings news that the company’s recently been named the official representative for Cantiere delle Marche (CDM) Yachts for North, Central and South America.

‘We are very excited to introduce these extremely well-built, semi-custom, large-volume vessels to the Americas,’ says Simon. ‘These are true bluewater yachts, ready for any ocean conditions and the ultimate new solution for our clients.’

Worth Avenue Yachts will represent the Darwin Class series including the 86 (26.2 m), the 95 (28.95 m) and the 105 (32 m), and the Nauta Air series including the 80 (22.72 m), the 96 (29.26 m) and 115 (35.40 m). CDM pricing starts at €6,050,000.

Technical features include extra-thick steel plates, cupronickel piping, remote controlled valves and zero speed stabilization as standard. Detailing and layout in the engine room would grace vessels exceeding 40 meters and all CDM's are built to class. The Darwin Class models also have two rudders that can be controlled independently to offer extraordinary maneuverability in any sea condition.

Worth Avenue Yachts currently has an 86 under contract and interest from North, Central and South America has been strong. "The Americas have proven to be a solid arena for these distinguished yachts," says Simon.

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