It took place at Codecasa Shipyards in Viareggio, the launching of the new CODECASA 42 – Vintage Series, Hull F.75. The launching was held on Thursday, June 27th, 2013 in the presence of some selected Guests and all workers of the Company.
The CODECASA 42 – Vintage Series, Hull F.75, the project of which was totally developed by the Shipyard staff from the technical point of view, and in co-operation with the Interior Designers Franco and Anna Maria Della Role from the architectonic point of view, is the second unit of a successful series of Yachts which was officially presented in 2011, when the sister-ship, Hull F73, had been awarded with the Nautical Design Awards for the Best Interior Design.
The new unit seems to be as eye-catching as the sister-ship. Distributed on three decks, the Yachts has remarkable volumes, still remaining under the 500 tons GRT. The main deck is composed of a bright salon connected to a wide dining room and a full optional main galley, equipped with professional appliances. The Owner’s Suite, featuring two bathrooms with connecting shower and two walking closets, takes all the main deck forward area.
The lower deck is instead fully reserved for Guests and it offers two double-bedded Cabins and two twin-bedded Cabins, with additional pullman bed. The Bridge Deck, besides the wheelhouse, accommodates a pantry directly connected with the main galley by a dumb-waiter and a sky-lounge with big windows.
The Interiors are very bright thanks to the use of the ivory colored wood selected for the realization of ceilings, furniture and walls, while the floorings are made of dark mahogany wood planks, enriched by marble inlays in the main deck and bridge deck hallways. The sensation of brightness is strengthened by the fabric and upholstering materials chosen for the loose furniture and wall panels, all of them in light colors, like ivory, beige and cream.
The Exteriors, featured by solid and reassuring lines, combine the pearl grey colour of the hull with the ivory colour of the superstructures and they have living areas on all decks up to the spacious Sun Deck, equipped with sunbathing sofas, sun-loungers and a bar area with all required appliances to make it totally independent from the other areas onboard.
Equipped with two Caterpillar 3512 C marine engines, 1650 HP each, and featuring a fuel capacity of 75.000 liters assuring a range of 4.000 nautical miles at 11 knots cruising speed, Hull F.75 is a Yacht able to make oceanic crossings, in any weather and sea conditions.