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Motor Yacht Aldabra - a Codecasa Superyacht
Motor yacht Aldabra is a 51m (167ft) Codecasa superyacht, also known as a hull C 116, built in steel and aluminium, with a design developed by in-house architects Della Role. Superyacht Aldabra has a modern look thanks to her square windows, a vertical wheelhouse, and white and silver paintwork. Launched in 2011, she is another one of the successful Codecasa 51 series.
Aldabra megayacht (hull C 116) accommodates 12 guests in a full-beam Master cabin on the main deck, and four lower deck guest cabins - two doubles and two twins. There is an elevator connecting all four decks. Two of the five guest staterooms include Pullmans, as well. Aldabra yacht could certainly become a beautiful and comfortable luxury charter yacht.
Codecasa Aldabra superyacht is powered by twin 2,447hp Caterpillar 3516B engines giving a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 14 knots.
Accommodation on board of the superyacht Aldabra is provided in 5 guests suites and one full beam Owner's suite.
|Type/Year:||a Codecasa Superyacht/2011
||Max Speed:||17 knots
||Engines:||2x2,447hp Caterpillar 351
|Cruise Speed:||16 knots
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|Builder/Designer:||Della Role Design, Codecasa
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