Cantiere delle Marche Hyhmä: mission North-West Passage

Cantiere delle Marche has delivered Hyhmä to its owner. It’s a pleasure ship of the Nauta Air 111 series, suitable for long oceanic crossings

by Massimo Longoni

Thanks to this project Cantiere delle Marche has shown its ability to fulfil its clients’ wishes. The naval architecture of Hyhmä has been entrusted to the Dutch company Vripack while both lines and interiors are by Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yachts.

Cantiere delle Marche Hyhmä  8The Design Studio from Milan is responsible for all the Cantiere delle Marche Nauta Air series. With an overall length of 33.83m, 7.80m beam and 315t displacement, this ship is also Cantiere delle Marche’s biggest boat to date. Hyhmä can welcome up to 12 guests in 5 suites and 7 crew members.

With two Caterpillar C18 Heavy Duty, each developing an outlet mechanical power of 500 kW, Nauta Air 111 can reach a maximum speed of 13 knots at half load, whilst at the economic speed the range exceeds 5500 nautical miles.

Vasco Buonpensiere sales and marketing director  said: «With a common target represented by the will of allowing this very special owner/friend to cruise the Northwest Passage and documenting the marine wildlife during the trip, we have created an explorer vessel which – as Nature does – combines beauty and strength seamlessly in perfect harmony». Mario Pedol has summarized the profile in these words: «The lines of Hyhmä express sober, elegant and seductive strength».

(Cantiere delle Marche Hyhmä: mission North-West Passage – May 2018)