BY APB Staff on 31 Jan 2019

Third model in Fuoriserie range is the outcome of collaboration between fashion designer Roberto Cavalli and architect Tommaso Spadolini

M/Y “Freedom” is the third model in the Fuoriserie range, CCN’s line of fully – custom projects, and she is the outcome of a brilliant concept that fashion designer Roberto Cavalli developed and turned into reality in cooperation with architect Tommaso Spadolini.

Both the exterior profile and the interior layout reflect the personality of the owner, who asked for a yacht that has maximum contact with the sea with the utmost privacy.

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(Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali)

The final result is a 28m all-aluminum yacht with aggressive lines, low on the water, plenty of volume, high speed and a nice flybridge. The planing hull of M/Y “Freedom”, whose design ensures stability, seaworthiness and efficiency in all weather conditions, was developed to comply with the generous beam
required by the GA, but limited to a length of 28m (in compliance with ISO standards), which has been exploited to the fullest to maximise the bearing area and achieve a staggering top speed of 42 knots thanks to a trio of Rolls-Royce water-jets and three MAN diesel engines.

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(Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali)

As to the interior layout, the challenge was to maximise the contact with the sea while ensuring uncompromised privacy. A mandatory key feature was a very comfortable space, with just a few steps and staircase. To meet this requirement, the whole main deck area (full-beam owner’s cabin/ main lounge cockpit/ wheelhouse) has been developed at the same level, with four gentle slope steps only. This innovative concept offers an unusual living space, where the beach area and the main lounge combine as one continuous space close to the water. With the side doors and curtain closed, the main lounge has all the comfort of an inside space.

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(Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali)

On the main deck, the master cabin, designed to confer visual continuity with the outside main lounge, allows constant viewing of the sea, natural light and air ventilation thanks to four large openable windows and a central skylight.

Interior decoration was personally created by Roberto Cavalli, who selected the fabric and leather finishes, as well as furniture and accessories. The interior also reflect the owner’s passion for photography, as bulkheads are covered by photos he took himself during his travels. From the master’s cabin it is possible to access the flydeck or the wheelhouse directly – as the owner intends to operate the yacht by himself.

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(Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali)

From the main lounge, a comfortable stairway access leads directly to a full beam home-like galley characterised by spacious topwork, a large fridge/freezer and TV and audio systems.

Accommodation for 2+2 guests is provided on the lower deck. Here, like on the master cabin, the furniture has been customised with details and materials from the Roberto Cavalli Home collection. A colourful mix of animalier patterns meets the naturalistic-inspired metalwork of the handles and decorative elements, creating a unique environment and conferring a glam-chic appeal to the interior.

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(Photo: Cerri Cantieri Navali)