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Italian Vessels to build first 37m hull in ClassicA explorer series

21 October 2021• Written by Tom McGhie

Builder Italian Vessels is to build the first 37 metre hull in its ClassicA explorer series.

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The yacht will feature a Jacuzzi on the sun deck

The hull of ClassicA 37 is set to begin in January 2022 at the yard’s Termoli facilities in Italy. It comes after the yacht was sold in September 2021.

Designer Francesco Samarelli penned the steel and aluminium exterior and will oversee the naval engineering, while Francesca Cianficconi will handle the yacht’s interiors.

The yacht's overall GT will depend on owner specification

Speaking about ClassicA 37, Italian Vessels’ chief executive Mario Parigi said: “Today is a new day for us. The yacht is ideal for long cruises, with an interior between 400 and 500GT [depending on owner specification].”

Key on board amenities include a Jacuzzi on the sundeck with a sun lounging area aft, while the large foredeck has been left bare for sun lounging but can be customised by the owner.

The "ocean viewing gallery" overlooking the beach deck

An “ocean viewing gallery” meanwhile looks out over the beach club behind floor-to-ceiling windows.

The ClassicA 37 is estimated to have a top speed of 15 knots and will feature the “latest innovations” to reduce noise and vibration pollution when on the water.

The yacht was sold in September 2021

Delivery for the ClassicA 37 is slated for July 2023.

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