The CCN shipyard in Italy has unveiled plans for the DOM123, a 121-foot Stefano Vafiadis design that is expected to be the first in a line of similar yachts.
With her name taken from the Latin domus, meaning “home,” the DOM123 can be ordered with four or five staterooms on her lower deck, plus a main-deck owner’s stateroom, for a total of 10 to 12 guests.
The DOM123 will be built in aluminum with a semi-displacement hull. The yacht is expected to hit 21 knots with a cruising speed of 18 knots, driven by twin 2,600-horsepower MTU 16V 200 M96Ls.
Range at 12 knots is projected to be 3,000 nautical miles.
For fun in the sun: The DOM123 has outdoor dining on the main and upper decks, a flybridge with a square hot tub, and a beach club at water level.
Engines: 2/2,600 hp MTU 16V2000M96L or 2/1,900 hp Caterpillar C32 diesels
Range: 3,000 NM at 12 knots
Water Cap.: 2,642 gal.
Fuel Cap.: 10,567 gal.