A little over a year ago, CCN made a concerted effort to start attracting younger buyers with more modern design and living tastes. With the recent signing of Project DOM123, it is starting to do so. Set for delivery in 2020, the megayacht is the first of what it plans as a new line, too.
PHOTOS: courtesy Studio Vafiadis “I adore seeing a boat being built, coming along from nothing to something nice and unique,” says Paris Dragnis, the owner of O’Ptasia and Golden Yachts, her builder. “This enjoyment in boatbuilding pushed me to make my own yard. I have built many boats, 11 up to now, all designed by
If home is where the heart is, then the Dom series should feel home-like indeed. Italy’s CCN has a new line of megayachts aimed at the new generation of yacht buyers. Named Dom after the Latin word for home, domus, it already has one model catching attention. She’s the Dom123, a 121-footer (37-meter). Like the
The Greek shipyard behind “O” themed megayachts like O’Mega, O’Pari, and O’Neiro has a new launch in its fleet. She’s O’Ptasia, splashed at Golden Yachts, coming in at 278’9” (85 meters). Golden Yachts’ history dates to the mid-1990s. It began as a consulting firm, for the construction of O’Pari. The nearly 130-footer (39.47-meter) saw delivery
Every yacht contract is a cause for celebration at a shipyard. Rossinavi was in an extra-celebratory mood when the owner of Florentina signed the dotted line. Measuring 170’6″ (52 meters), she represents the largest length, with an equally large volume, among its more recent contracts. Specifically, Florentina has a gross tonnage of 700. Collaborating with the
CCN calls it Fuoriserie. In English, it means “custom built.” Either way, this new business line for CCN has its first launch, Elsea. She’s a 164-footer (50-meter) motoryacht. Until CCN announced the new custom approach about two years ago, it had only offered semi-custom maxis. It still builds them, as the FlyingSport series. But, the