Codecasa 51 M and 65 M

by CNC - Cantieri Navali Codecasa

After the remarkable success of the stunning Codecasa 51 – Vintage Series – Hull C121, which took to the water in July last year bearing the name Gazzella, regarding which Yacht Première published a full portrait in issue 39, in June this year Cantieri Navali Codecasa launched the brand new superyacht Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull F76. Another Codecasa 43 is for sale with delivery planned for next year. She is the Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull C122, which is currently under construction but still fully customisable in terms of both furniture and decoration. As with the two previously named vessels, this upcoming superyacht also has a high-strength steel hull and a light aluminium alloy superstructure. Similarly, all-metal builds are also planned for two appealing projects that Cantieri Navali Codecasa recently publicised with a few brief official notes to whet our appetite. These are the Codecasa 51 M – Hull C123 and the Codecasa 65 M – Hull F74. To date, in addition to a rendered image in profile for each of these concept yachts, there is also a data sheet setting out the main technical and dimensional data provided by the shipyard on a preliminary basis, and a drawing showing the general arrangement plan that provides the basic proposal for the ship’s layout. Let’s take a look at the previews for these two yachts.

 

 

Codecasa 51 M – Hull C123

In the case of the Codecasa 51 M – Hull C123, the layout covers four usable decks, providing ample external space and huge interiors. On-board comfort takes centre stage on this project, so all four decks of the Codecasa 51 M – Hull C123 are linked by a convenient lift that is directly connected to the sun deck level. The solution proposed by the Italian shipyard for the yacht’s sun deck features a forward sunbathing area in a raised position with a swimming pool and sun pads, while amidships, protected by a hard top, there is a bar area and a day head, and to aft a further sunbathing area with sun beds. The bridge deck features an open air lounge area forward, adjacent to a technical area in the prow in a lowered position so as to offer open air storage for the rescue boat. Inside, the bridge deck features a dining area with a table for twelve, which can be turned into an al fresco dining area thanks to the sliding glass doors, as well as a living area that can be fitted out as a lounge or a home cinema. In addition to the pantry and hall with day head, the remaining section of the deck is occupied by the wheelhouse and the captain’s cabin complete with desk, wardrobe and en suite bathroom with shower cubicle. The cockpit on the main deck can be laid out as a cocktail lounge or a relaxation lounge, while the interior of the main deck features a salon with sofas and armchairs in order to create relaxation and conversation spaces served by a bar area. Amidships, the deck features the galley and the entrance hall with a day head, while the forward section houses the owner’s space, where a VIP stateroom and the owner’s suite can be created. The VIP stateroom can be fitted with a desk and a wardrobe, while it has an en suite bathroom with a shower cubicle. The owner’s suite could include a private hall, a private study, the master stateroom that can be fitted out with a desk and sofa, a double walk-in wardrobe and two en suite bathrooms with shower cubicles, which can be interlinked by a bathtub. All the other guest accommodation is located around a hall amidships on the lower deck, with four staterooms each featuring a wardrobe and an en suite bathroom with shower cubicle. Two of these staterooms have a double bed each, while the other two each have twin beds and a third foldout bed.The crew quarters are located in the forward section of the lower deck, featuring the crew mess, a laundry and five crew cabins each with a wardrobe and a bathroom with shower cubicle. The aft section of the lower deck houses the engine room and the engineer’s control room in front of the tender garage in the stern. Finally, the tank deck contains the technical spaces for the stabilisers, the bow thrusters and the lift system.

Codecasa 51 M technical specifications

LOA51 m / 167’322’’ ft
Maximum Beam9,50 m / 31’167’’ ft
Maximum Draft3,50 m / 11’482’’ ft
HullHigh tensile steel AH 36
SuperstructureAluminium 5083 H 111 / AH 321
ClassificationLloyd’s Register EMEA ✠ 100 A1 SSC “Yacht”
Mono G6 ✠ LMC+UMS - LY3 full compliance
Full load displacement565 tons approx.
Main engines 2 x Caterpillar 3512C (1765 kW/2365 hp @ 1800 rpm)
StabilizersNAIAD DYNAMICS Zero Speed
Generators2 x Caterpillar C6.6 143 kW
1 x Caterpillar C4.4 Acert 82 kW (General Emergency)
Propellers2 Detra 5 blades- Class S
Maximum speed 17 knots at light displacement
Range4,000 nautical miles @ 12 knots
Fuel oil capacity90,000 litres / 23,775.485 US gallons
Fresh water capacity 17,000 litres / 4,490.925 US gallons
Guests’ cabins 1 Owner’s suite
5 Guests’ cabins
Crew cabins1 Captain’s cabin
5 Twin Bed cabins
ShipyardCantieri Navali Codecasa Tre S.p.A.
www.codecasayachts.com
info@codecasayachts.com

Codecasa 65 M – Hull F74

As with the previous yacht, the layout of the Codecasa 65 M – Hull F74 also occupies just four usable decks, even though a five-deck layout is more frequent in this size class. This is an important design element that contributes to keeping the superyacht’s silhouette low and sleek, while offering generous volume so that there is no lack of extensive exterior space and huge interiors. Like the previous yacht, the four decks of the Codecasa 65 M – Hull F74 are linked by a convenient lift, which goes directly to the sun deck level. For the sun deck, the Italian shipyard offers a solution with three separate areas: the forward terrace, the aft terrace and the enclosed central section. The forward terrace is intended as an observatory lounge with sofas, while the aft terrace is designed as a sunbathing area with sun beds, served by a bar area. The enclosed section amidships features a fully equipped gym and has openable glass sections on three sides, a day head with a shower cubicle and a technical space for the emergency generator. For the external areas on the bridge deck, three effectively separate areas are proposed: a technical area in a lowered position in the prow to provide open air storage for the rescue boat; beside it, a forward sunbathing area in a raised position with a swimming pool, sun pads and a small bar; and to aft, completely protected by the overhanging deck above, an al fresco dining area with a table for twelve. A formal dining salon with a table for 12 diners is proposed for the interior of the bridge deck, served by a bar, a pantry and a day head. The remaining section of the deck contains the wheelhouse and the captain’s cabin with a desk, walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom with shower cubicle. The main deck cockpit can be laid out as a cocktail lounge or a relaxation lounge, while a formal living salon with sofas and armchairs to create relaxation and conversation spaces is offered for the interior of the main deck.

The galley and the entrance hall with a day head are positioned amidships on the deck, while the forward section of the vessel features the owner’s area where two VIP staterooms and the owner’s suite can be created. Each of the VIP staterooms can be fitted out with a desk and a walk-in wardrobe as well as an en suite bathroom with a bathtub. The owner’s suite could include a private hall and a private study, the master stateroom that can be fitted out with a desk and a sofa, a double walk-in wardrobe and two en suite bathrooms with shower cubicles, which can be interlinked by a bathtub. A crew cabin with a desk, a wardrobe and a private bathroom with shower cubicle can be created in the prow. A further seven similarly equipped crew cabins are intended for the forward section of the lower deck, next to the crew galley / crew mess and the crew living / lounge area. The central section of the deck houses the remaining guest accommodation, consisting of four staterooms laid out around a lobby. Each of the staterooms can be fitted out with a sofa, a desk and

an en suite bathroom with a bathtub, and two of them have a standard wardrobe each while the other two each have a walk-in wardrobe. The engine room, the generator room and the engineer’s control room are positioned ahead of the stern tender garage. Finally, the top tank deck houses the technical spaces for the stabilisers, the bow thrusters and the lift system, a laundry and ironing facilities, and numerous storage spaces.

Walter Douglass

Codecasa 65 M technical specifications

LOA65 m / 213’254’’ ft
Maximum Beam11,20 m / 36’745’’ ft
Maximum Draft3,70 m / 12’139’’ ft
HullHigh tensile steel AH 36
SuperstructureAluminium 5083 H 111 / AH 321
ClassificationLloyd’s Register Emea ✠ 100 A1, SSC “Yacht” Mono G6 ✠ LMC+UMS LY3 full compliance
Full load displacement950 tons approx.
Main engines 2 x Caterpillar 3512C (1765 kW/2365 hp @ 1800 rpm)
StabilizersNAIAD DYNAMICS Zero Speed
Generators3 x Caterpillar C9 Acert 175 kW
1 x Caterpillar C4.4 Acert 99 kW (General Emergency)
Propellers2 Detra 6 blades- Class S
Maximum speed 17.5 knots at light displacement
Range5,000 nautical miles @ 12 knots
Fuel oil capacity160,000 litres / 42,267.528 US gallons
Fresh water capacity 30,000 litres / 7,925.162 US gallons
Guests’ cabins 1 Owner’s suite
6 Guests’ cabins
Crew cabins1 Captains’s cabin
1 Enginees Manager
7 Twin Bed cabins
ShipyardCantieri Navali Codecasa Tre S.p.A.
www.codecasayachts.com
info@codecasayachts.com
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