Cantiere delle Marche Darwin Class 102 is a series of Explorer yacht 102ft/31.09m superyachts built in
in Ancona, Italy by Cantiere delle Marche.
4 Cantiere delle Marche Darwin Class 102 yachts were delivered so far, with the first of these series, motor yacht Galego in 2017, followed by 2019 Archipelago, 2016 Babbo, 2015 Acala.
Created to a design of Sergio Cutolo-Hydrotec, Darwin Class 102 has a Displacement Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure driven by 2xCaterpillar C18 ACERT EPA tier 3 engines to a maximum speed of 13 knots while comfortably cruising at 11.5 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 40000l/8792gal what allows a yacht to cover 4700 nautical miles without the need to refuel. Cantiere delle Marche Darwin Class 102 has a beam of 7.43m/25ft. The gross tonnage of this Explorer yacht Cantiere delle Marche is 246 gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Cantiere delle Marche Darwin Class 102 can accommodate up to 10 people in 5 elegant staterooms to be assisted by a total of 6 crew members with 3 cabins for crew members.
THE DARWIN 102, offered for sale by Romeo United Yachts, is BUILT BY CANTIERE DELLE MARCHE. She is an Explorer yacht in steel and aluminium of 102 feet and 244 GRT, ready to go anywhere.
With LOA of just above 31 metres, DARWIN CLASS 102 is a three-deck explorer yacht, tailored, like all the yachts of Cantiere delle Marche, with interiors of a huge amount of space: 240 square meters which, contain the essence of a Explorer yacht, without sacrificing the quality of manufacturing and finishing of the luxury superyacht. DARWIN Class 102 is characterized by a guest-friendly layout and great attention to the smallest details. Like all Darwin Class yachts, DARWIN 102 navigates easily even in difficult sea conditions, resisting winds of over 50 knots with no problem from the point of view of the sea-keeping and in full system efficiency, as other models of the same Class have already experienced by the navigation all over the world. 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, grey and bilge oils directly borrowed from the world of work ships to use 24/365, certification MCA, are just some standard features of the CdM production.
Equipped with 2 heavy-duty marine engines each rated at 500 kW, Darwin 102 reaches a top speed of 13 knots and cruises easily at 11.5 knots. When you take the throttles back to economic RPMs, she is ready to go for 4700 nautical miles.