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Noga’s owner on his 7 favourite design features of his explorer yacht

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Noga's explorer efficiency with beautiful lines

Noga’s owner has had seven boats and knew exactly what he wanted for this one, which included semi-displacement performance. He enjoys the stability and fuel efficiency of Noga, saying that she tends to cruise 10 to 12 knots, mostly through the night, and averages a fuel consumption of just 50 litres per hour.

Penned by Mario Pedol’s firm Nauta Design, the Nauta Air range stands out from the rest of the Cantiere delle Marche lineup for its sleek lines and modern sensibilities. As the builder likes to say, the Nauta range is a CdM Darwin Class yacht (it’s original, rugged explorers) dressed for an evening dinner. All the seaworthiness, but with some added sex appeal in the exterior styling.

This owner also praises the quiet, vibration-free ride of Noga, as silence is the ultimate luxury.

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