WIDER 165 superyacht Project CECILIA has been launched in Ancona, Italy. She features elegant and smooth exterior profile and measures 50 metres/165ft. Project CECILIA was designed by the in-house design team in collaboration with Fulvio De Simoni. Her interior layout was created by IdeaeItalia, who worked closely with the owner’s architect.
The interior living spaces benefit from a significant amount of natural light, thanks to the large windows and side opening balconies. IdeaeItalia design studio chose warm tones and clean design, using lavish woods, glass, white marbles, and leather. To suit the owner’s preferences, the tasteful oriental decor elements have been added to the interior styling.
The owner’s area has some notable features, including a spacious study area with terrace, private gymnasium with a terrace on the starboard side, sauna room and beautiful ensuite. Four guest cabins are located on the lower deck, as well as the crew quarters for 11 professionals.
Guests will appreciate the airy entertainment spaces featuring a large Jacuzzi, circular seating for casual get-together and a dance floor. The beach club is another great addition to the luxurious facilities of the yacht.
Project CECILIA is a fantastic yacht for those adventurous travelers who enjoy water fun and visiting the remote locations, as she is equipped with a large number of water toys and a helipad for the ultimate fun.
The engine room is located on the bow, which provides more space for the airy guest cabins situated in the most stable part of the vessel, midships.
Built of aluminium and powered by the diesel-propulsion system combined with a 544kWh Lithium polymer battery bank and Azimuthal pods, which ensures reduced fuel consumption. In addition, Project CECILIA has lower noise and vibration levels, great reliability and requires less maintenance.
She cruises at 12.5 knots with a range of 3,100 nm, however, at the ecological speed of 10 knots, Project CECILIA has a greater range of 5,400 nm. Her top speed reaches 14 knots, and the Zero Emission Speed is as low as 5 knots, which is ideal for short movements without the need to start generators.