M/Y Babbo is the new Explorer Yacht in steel and aluminum of 102 feet and 244 GRT that Cantiere delle Marche has delivered a few days ago for a South American shipowner, with great precision in accordance with the scheduled date.
M/Y Babbo left the port of Ancona some days ago, with the CdM management and staff gathered to accompany the departure of the yacht, that will sail for a non stop cruise through the Adriatic coasts of Croatia and Montenegro until Greece and Turkey, before deciding the plans of end season. The owner and his family will stay on board until the end of the summer, so they will leave the full experience of a long navigation before crossing the Atlantic Ocean next winter.
M/Y Babbo is characterized by a particularly user-friendly layout and a great attention to the endowment of toys and diving center seats in the huge garage of 25 square meters. In the aft platform it will be housed a 5 meter tender, while a 6.30 meter tender will be positioned on the upper deck. Great importance has been given to the guests – the yacht can host up to 30 guests in the different chill-out areas across all the boat.
Like all Darwin Class yachts, also M/Y Babbo has been designed to navigate easily even in difficult sea conditions, resisting winds of over 50 knots without any problem from the point of view of the seakeeping and in full system efficiency, as other models of the same Class have already experienced by the navigation all over the world. As always, in fact, Cantiere delle Marche is characterised by high design standards that have turned its boats into an industry benchmark: a 12 mm steel hull, cupro nickel piping, automatic parallel generators, frequency converters, power stabilisers, treatment systems for black water, gray and bilge oils directly borrowed from the world of work ships to use 24/365, certification MCA, are just some of the standard features of the CdM production.
Naval architecture, Engineering and Exterior Design is made by Hydro Tec as all Darwin Class. Hydro Tec was taking care also of Naval architecture and Engineering of Nauta Air '108 "Narvalo" which will be delivered in the next days.