Codecasa has revealed the in-house designed interiors and exteriors of its latest 43m/138ft superyacht, known as Hull C122, ahead of its launch.
C122 is the latest hull in the Vintage Series, which was first unveiled in 2011 with sistership MAGARI. Improvements have been made upon the original design and new features include a full-beam layout of the main deck Owner’s suite, complete with his-and-hers en-suite bathrooms, two walk-in wardrobes and a study. Among the other amenities is a sundeck fitted with a Jacuzzi tub, a swimming pool and a bar.
The interiors use a contemporary colour scheme of glistening white and metallic gold, further accentuated by silver and charcoal furnishings. The large open-plan layout forms a C-shaped aft seating area close to the port-side windows, leaving room adjacent for a bar. In the forward section of this space is a large dining table designed to seat all 10 guests surrounded by modern art work continuing the established theme.
The upper deck skylounge offers an alternative place to dine with a circular table also able to seat all 10 guests, while outside guests have a choice of sun-drenched or shaded living spaces, including a Portuguese deck on the bow.
The superyacht accommodates up to 10 guests (1 Master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities) as well a crew of 9 within an interior volume measuring just under 500 GRT. Each spacious cabin uses the same warm and bright colours, enhanced by bespoke decorations including lamps and original artwork.
Using a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Hull C122 uses the same platform as Hull F76, another 43m Full Beam Vintage Series superyacht that was completed by Codecasa in July. The tender garage will hold a Castoldi 21 jet tender, while a Zodiac rescue tender will be stored on the upper deck aft.
Two Caterpillar 3512C main engines have been installed into both luxury yachts, allowing them to achieve a range of 4,000 nautical miles drawing on a fuel capacity of 65,000 litres at a cruising speed of 11 knots, with a top speed of 16.5 knots.
Codecasa is also working on a 65m/213ft superyacht known as Hull F74, due for launch in 2019.