Cantiere delle Marche has announced the launch of the second hull in its RJ 115 series, the 34.9-metre yacht Pazienza. She follows close behind the RJ 115 Stellamar which debuted at the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows and will be delivered shortly to her Australian owner, who was introduced to CdM Australia by Sean Madgwick and Scott Wellington-Stones of Yachtsmen International.
Francesco Paszkowski is responsible for both the exterior and interiors, balancing the sporty profile of her series with the performances of an explorer yacht – including a cruising range of more than 5,500 nautical miles. Paszkowski's hallmarks are visible across the vessel’s slender, rakish bow and robust profile. Naval architecture is owed to Hydro Tec.
Accommodation is for 12 guests in six cabins (plus one pullman bed), including a spacious owner’s cabin with openable windows in both the cabin and office on the main deck forward. There is further accommodation for a crew of five. For the interiors, Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini collaborated on a "diverse palette" of light and dark tones across veneers, panelling, marbles, stones, and upholstery.
The sundeck is the largest outdoor area on board, arranged with an Agata stone-clad swimming pool and spacious bar. There is also a dining area and a dedicated relaxation area forward, complete with sofa seating and sun loungers.
Pazienza is equipped with two tenders. One of these is stowed on the upper deck’s stern terrace during long journeys and can be launched and retrieved with a concealed crane. A dedicated garage at the stern (with an opening hatch on the starboard side) accommodates the second tender along with various water toys.
Powered by twin CAT C18 engines, Pazienza has a maximum speed of 13.5 knots and a cruise speed of 12 knots at a range of 1,800 nautical miles.
Speaking of the launch, co-founder and CEO of CdM Vasco Buonpensiere said: "We are glad also to anticipate that, thanks to the success of the RJ 115 presented in Cannes and Monaco, two brand new additions to the RJ range are under contract in this exact moment: two 30-metres both for Australian clients, confirming the success of another strategic choice of CdM: the opening of our office in Sydney three years ago."
Cantiere delle Marche noted the launch of Pazienza precedes, by a few weeks, two other important launches: the Flexplorer 146 Maverick and Empire, a Darwin 86.Read More/Cantiere delle Marche launches first Flexplorer 146 Maverick