It comes off the back of another sale for the yard just before Christmas.
The Nauta Air 111 is the company’s first collaboration with Vripack, while exterior and interior styling is again by Nauta Yachts.
The 35.4-metre yacht was sold by Zarpo Yachts in Mexico and is expected to launch in 2017. The yacht is for “an experienced Latin American owner who has a great passion for underwater photography, scientific research and the study of marine animals”, the yard says.
“The Nauta Air range represents for us the combination of the luxury and the contemporary style of a superyacht, together with the solidity and reliability of an explorer yacht. This is further evidence of the flexibility of our shipyard, and how our ‘made in Italy’ projects are appreciated by international players who have made the history of yachting,” says Ennio Cecchini, CEO of Cantieri delle Marche.
Just before Christmas the yard announced the sale of its latest Darwin 102 from their explorer range. The yacht is for a European client and has an expected launch date in 2017.