CDM yachts for sale

The future of explorer yachts is being shaped by the Italian shipyard Cantiere Delle Marche, which specialises in building custom and semi-custom explorer yachts measuring 26 to 47 metres in length. 

Founded in 2010 by a group of experienced shipbuilders, Cantiere Delle Marche (CDM) has rapidly made a name for itself in the yachting world. Based in Ancona, Italy, CDM offers quality explorer yachts designed with transatlantic range in mind. Providing exceptional performance and comfort, even in the most challenging conditions, CDM explorer yachts all feature the yard’s unmistakable rugged, bold and masculine signature look. In 2020, CDM expanded its offering with the introduction of the 40-metre Flexplorer, and the yard’s current series of semi-custom explorer yachts include the Darwin Class, RJ Class, and Flexplorer.

Cantiere Delle Marche yachts: price, specifications and more

In addition to building and selling yachts, CDM also offers design, engineering, and pre-owned sales services from its facility on the Adriatic coast. Over the last 13 years, CDM has built many notable explorer yachts, including the ice-class Aurelia, the first in its Flexplorer series, and the fully custom Project K42 Audace, delivered in 2019. With CDM, you can rest assured that you’ll have the best on the market for long-range explorer yachting.



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