After having announced the sale of an MG115 last November, today we are proud and pleased to confirm that on December 24 th a second unit of the MG115 has been sold.
“A keen diver and explorer by nature, her Asian Owner admires the unparalleled quality and reliability CdM delivers and our capability to be always at the forefront in the explorer vessels segment for design ingenuity and elegance as well as ingrained quality, unrivalled construction and technical equipment,” says Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director of CdM. Bruno Piantini, General Manager at CdM adds: “The most experienced Owners all over the world are aware that CdM offers the best of Italian Style coupled to the best Northern European quality. Over the years, we have worked hard on many fronts andwe have fully reached the goal we had envisaged 10 years ago. I am proud to say that after all our efforts, our commercial success and our reputation is second to none.”
CdM, in fact, masters the explorer yachts market and knows how to merge the best of two apparently distant worlds: luxury yachts and expedition yachts.
CDM MG115 N.2 TOP FIVE EXPLORER BUILDERS
Elegantly wrapped in a sleek and muscular exterior design with the stance of a sporty yacht, the MG115, a pure breed explorer yacht at heart, offers the best in terms of comfort, reliability, robustness, long range, sea worthiness and sea kindness. Sergio Cutolo of Hydro Tec, entrusted for engineering and naval architecture, has developed an efficient hull which allows the yacht, with two engines of only 533kW each, to reach a top speed of 13.5 knots with very modest fuel consumption and to boast an amazing range that exceed 5000 nautical miles.
MG115 exterior and interior design are by acclaimed Italian designer Francesco Paszkowski who penned the whole MG range. All models in the MG line share a strong personality characterized by extremely well-balanced volumes and proportions throughout the design, as well as those characterizing features as, for example, what we call ‘the invisible crane’.
Beyond aesthetics, Paszkowski has dedicated great attention to function. Spread over four decks, in just 35 metres you find amenities and equipment of a much larger yacht. We can’t share many details at this stage, yet we can tell that her wisely designed layout comprises four lower deck suites and a master stateroom on the main deck forward, with a total capacity for ten guests serviced by six crew. Great views and natural light are a constant on all decks as is a close connection between exterior and interior spaces. On the Lower deck you realize that the two large Vip cabins and the two twins are indeed bright and airy thanks to large windows. A functional connection between the decks, with all stairs located to port and large side walkways allow easy circulation. Great emphasis has been given to outdoor areas with extremely large lounging/dining areas on all decks.