A South American has become the third customer to see a Nauta Air Explorer launch at Cantiere delle Marche. He’s christened his 108-foot (33-meter) yacht Narvalo.
Narvalo follows the rest of the yachts in the series, in being a steel-hulled trideck. Cantiere delle Marche created the series with Nauta Yachts. The target buyers are yacht owners who enjoy truly long-range, far-flung cruising. The owner of Narvalo certainly plans to do that (though we do not know what regions he and his family will visit at this point). Cantiere delle Marche says that the Nauta Air series has about 20 percent more volume than similar offerings from competitors, too.
Narvalo has a customary general arrangement. There’s a skylounge on the bridge deck, for example, plus four guest staterooms below decks. The uppermost deck is entirely alfresco, meant for sunning or sight-seeing, especially as shores come into view. Narvalo additionally has a hot tub and dining/cocktail area up here. Speaking of cocktails, the bar is the centerpiece design element of the upper deck.
Crew get good areas aboard Narvalo as well. There are abundant stowage and provisioning spaces.
If you plan to attend the Cannes Yachting Festival this September, you can see Narvalo there.