The Cantiere delle Marche 'Nauta Air 86' is one of the smallest in the Nauta Air line of pocket explorer yachts.
The 'Nauta Air 86' is a new construction project that is extremely diverse offering clients a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 13.5 knots, and a long range 3,200nm at a fuel efficient 9 knots.
Her aluminum hull adds efficiency in design while allowing for a large interior volume that can sleep up to 10 guests in 4 cabins + separate crew accommodations.
Designed by the world famous Nauta Yacht Design she is a ground breaking design that has already proven to be a great success.
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Length, overall - 27.15m / 89.10 ft
Length, waterline - 23.90m / 78.40 ft
Beam, maximum - 6.50m / 21.35 ft
Depth, amidship - 3.85m / 12.65 ft
Draught, at full load - 1.65m / 5.25 ft
Displacement, full load - 115t / 113 long ton
Diesel Oil - 22.000 l / 5800 US gal
Fresh Water - 2.000 l / 530 US gal
Black Water - 500 l / 130 US gal
Grey Water - 1.500 l / 400 US gal
Oil - 300 l / 80 US gal
Dirty Oil - 300 l / 80 US gal
Bilge - 300 l / 80 US gal
Engines - 2x CATERPILLAR C18 ACERT (2x 885 hp)
Transmission/Propulsion - 2 x Gearbox i=3:1
Diesel Generator - 2 x 40kW Kohler or equivalent
Bow Thruster - Electric, 25 kW
Stabilizer Fins - Electrical
Max continuous speed - 16.0 knots
Cruising speed - 13.0 knots
Range - 3200 nmi @ 9.0 knots
Guest : 10 / 4 double cabins
Crew : 4 / 2 double cabins
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The organisational structure of the Cantiere delle Marche Shipyard is flexible and highly skilled, thanks to a team that has designed and built thousands of metres of steel and aluminium ships in leading shipyards, both in Italy and abroad. On the strength of this wealth of know-how, plus its long-term relationships with the industry's leading professionals, the Cantiere delle Marche Shipyard is capable of working alongside its clients throughout the design, development and construction of any steel or aluminium yacht, guaranteeing attentive management of each phase of the effort by teams assigned to that particular project, so as to ensure the top-flight quality and production excellence typical of all the Shipyard's vessels.