Hitting Water For The First Time: Nauta Air 108 Motor Yacht NARVALO

Author: Charterworld
Date: June 03, 2016

Cantiere Delle Marche has announced the launch of the Nauta Air 108 motor yacht NARVALO, a striking 33m explorer vessel constructed of aluminium and steel. She was built for a South American owner and yachtsman, and will see her public debut at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival in September.

NARVALO is a custom made displacement vessel and spreads over three decks. She was designed by Nauta Design, the same Italian studio that has designed the largest mega yacht in the world ? AZZAM.

Nauta Design provided NARVALO with many unique characteristics that make the onboard living even more comfortable for her owners and their guests, especially during long-distance cruises. The upper deck, just behind the wheelhouse, boasts a sky lounge only a few square metres smaller than the main saloon. The deck features over 50 square metres of outdoor space, such as a fabulous dining are and a well for a 5,5-metre tender making her possibly the best and most accessorised unit ever constructed by the company.

The sun deck also acts as a fantastic observatory and a fabulous place to entertain friends and family. There is a dedicated sunbathing area, a whirlpool as well as a dining and cocktail area for refreshments. The main feature of the sun deck is her beautifully designed bar around which the entire deck revolves.

The lower deck offers accommodate in four guest suites, all of which are larger than expected on a yacht of this size. There is a very spacious lobby offering guests an excellent space for relaxation.

The crew area hosts plenty of storage space with the subdeck entirely dedicated to provisions, allowing the yacht to remain at sea for weeks without the need to dock for resupply. The owners of NARVALO are both lovers of luxury and elegant lifestyle, as well as the great outdoors: this yacht is able to offer the best of both worlds with her Nauta Air style and the innovative Hydrotec technical specifications.

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