Broker named for 223-foot CCN superyacht

Burgess is responsible for marketing and the sale of the boat and for future projects that include another explorer yacht that is under construction.
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The new explorer yacht is 223 feet.

The new explorer yacht is 223 feet.

CCN Yachting, the Turkish shipyard AES Yacht and the owner of the new 223-foot explorer vessel Days appointed Burgess as the central brokerage agency while the boat is under construction.

Burgess is responsible for marketing and the sale of the boat and for future projects that include another explorer yacht that is under construction. It will measure between 230 and 246 feet and will be unveiled this summer.

Days is a custom boat and is part of the new explorer vessel range from ICE Yachts and is under construction at the AES yard. Estimated delivery time of the boat is the spring of 2018. The official unveiling will take place at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2018.

The master berth is on the yacht’s centerline so the owner and a guest will not be affected by vessel movement while sleeping.

The master berth is on the yacht’s centerline so the owner and a guest will not be affected by vessel movement while sleeping.

CCN Yachts is part of CCN Investment Holding, and the joint venture with AES Yacht shipyard is building Days as the first unit of ICE Yachts. The joint venture will work with Italian design studio Hot Lab for the interior and exterior designs. Turkish designer Endaze Marine Engineering is handling the naval architecture of the boat. Jacques Potgieter is the project manager for the client.

Days has an average headroom of almost 9 feet and a garage that can accommodate a 29-foot, 6-inch tender and a 26-foot tender. There’s a large beach club on the aft deck and a helipad on the bow.

The owner has private access to the sky lounge and business meeting room and will use the boat for leisure and business.

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