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Codecasa Hull C122 is ready to launch

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Julia Larikova
November 10, 2017
The Viareggio-based shipyard previews its latest in-build of the 43 Full Beam Vintage line known as Hull C122, allowing to take a glance at the yacht’s exterior and interior design by in-house team just before the official launch.

The 43-meter Hull C122 is the latest member of the Vintage Series, unveiled in 2011 with the 42-meter motor yacht Magari.



Among the strong points of this model, compared to the previous versions, is a full beam layout of the main deck owner’s suite with his and hers en suites, two walk-in-wardrobes and a study. The yacht provides accommodation for up to 10 guests and 9 crew members in her vast interior spaces, where an interesting balance between modern and classic styling was achieved.



The clean and elegant exterior features out-door dining, bathing and lounging areas. The sundeck boasts a Jacuzzi tub, swimming pool and a bar.



Measuring just below 500 GRT, with a steel hull, teak decks and aluminum superstructure, Hull C122 shares same proven platform with her sister in the 43 Full Beam Vintage series, Hull F76, completed by Codecasa in July 2016. Equipped with two Caterpillar 3512C main engines, those boats are able to reach a top speed of 16.5 knots and have a range of 4.000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots.
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