CCN Introduces Two New Ice Class Concepts

With the construction of their 68 metre Days, the first of their Ice Class Yachts well established, CCN Yachts used the Monaco Yacht Show to introduce two new models.

Working in collaboration with the Italian studio Hot Lab the company announced that it hopes to build a 55 metre version alongside a 75 metre in the near future

Antonio Romano of the Italian design studio Hot Lab said, “These two concepts are united with the 68 metre already under construction by their shared family feel and characterized by tense and masculine lines, while maintaining the concept of being one with the outdoors, made possible by the presence of ample glass surfaces running full-height.”

The main characteristic of these new models will undoubtedly be the interior volumes, with a 2.7 metre headroom on both the main and upper decks on board.

CCN Yachting and the Turkish AES shipyard in Tuzla are part of the Turkish firm CCN Investment Holding. The joint venture works together with Hot Lab for both interior and exterior design. Naval architecture will be entrusted to Turkish company Endaze Marine Engineering.

Ali Onur Yavuz, group president at CCN Investment Holding, comments: “With construction of Days on time and the introduction of these two new conceptswe are on the path that will see us become one of the leading yacht construction and operation companies of Turkey.”