Immediately after the sale of the first “Maria Carla” (Hull C 109 – 2004), the shipyards launched the second specimen (Hull C 113) of this sport series, very similar in its style and modern lines.
The colour of this latest 2005 hull, from cornflower blue, was modified as follows: the superstructure was silver, while the hull in metallic anthracite gray. Another characteristic is represented by a second pilot station reachable thanks to the helicoidal stairs on the right side of the main door. This station is located outside forward on the Flying bridge, a new area mostly dedicated to sunpads and to the antennas rollbar.
The outside aft area is dedicated to a central sunbathing station, whereas the outside forward area sees a wide sunbathing area over the deck house, which, underneath is able to stowage one jet ski and some other tools. The garage is spacious enough to host a 4.20 m tender ZODIAC PROJET 420.
In its interiors, the various areas are structurally the same as the previous boat: a main saloon and dining area just in front of the wheelhouse partially covered by three leather helmchairs.
In 2008, the CODECASA 35s, m.y. MARIA CARLA, Hull C 113 (2005) was subject to another transformation; this time interesting the main saloon, giving to the boat a more bright and brilliant look. Here, the dominant light gray colour applied onto the regular and squared shapes of the sofas and of the two coffee tables at the entrance of this area, give to the saloon both a refined and aggressive aspect as well as an elegant and biting one. A “non- colour”, as the Owner likes to define it, she personally took care in detail of the furniture of this area. A gray colour that, in its sobriety, is able to enliven all this zone, matching itself with floor and furnishings in light oak, recalling the silver gray of the external superstructure keeping the modern thread of the boat.
The touch of elegance is given also by the unusual decorative features, of great effect; from lamps to pots, to ashtrays, directly chosen from the Owner, who wanted more design so to give to her boat an even more bright and particular look.
The forward helicoidal stairs lead to the Guest area, which is composed of the Owner’s cabin, a VIP cabin and two twin bed cabins, each with bathroom.
These are decorated with “Absolute Black” marble and the round washbasins are finished in gray mother-of-pearl .
The after helicoidal stairs lead to the crew area and to the engine room. Here, we find the galley, two twin beds cabins and the door leading to a spacious and clean Engine Room. A third crew cabin is located on forward deck just over the bow.
The boat is motorized by two MTU Diesel engines 12V 4000 M90 (2775 HP @ 2100 RPM) and the propulsion is given by two KAMEWA 63SII waterjets. She is able to reach a top speed of 34 knots and 30 knots of cruising speed. The boat, totally built in aluminium, received the certification from ABS Society.
This launching again represents for Mr Codecasa the renewal of a successful series based on a very good quality of construction which is Codecasa’s pride. Mr Fulvio Codecasa read the usual speech in front of his wife, who totally dedicated to the creation of the interiors along with the assistance of Codecasa’s in-house architects Franco and Annamaria Della Role. The designer for the exteriors is Architect Prof. Andre Bacigalupo.
Further to the success of this kind of yachts, Codecasa built the 41 meters Open series in two specimens, plus the first 45 meters and 50 meters models.