Costruzioni Navali Tigullio shipyard has launched the 38-metre superyacht Castagnola 38 WJ from their facilities in Lavagna. Named Angra Too, the vessel is one of the biggest motor yachts ever built in wood and powered by water jets and boasts interiors by Andrea Borzelli and Sara Berta, with Giovanni Castagnola responsible for the exterior styling.
On board, accommodation is provided over 6 cabins; a single cabin is located amidships, two twin cabins and two commodious double cabins on the lower deck and the luxurious full beam owner’s suite located forward amidships. The owner’s opulent area includes two stylish bathrooms, a desk area, a walk-in closet and spectacular sea views afforded from the large windows. Up to seven crew members can also be accommodated in spacious crew quarters.
The main deck offers a large living room at the stern and is furnished with a formal dining table for twelve people and a bar area for either relaxing or entertaining. Amenities on board include a modern gym between the crew and the guest area which is directly connected with the upper deck via a dedicated staircase.
The exterior areas have been designed to ensure maximum comfort and continuity from bow to stern. The flybridge is 65 square metres and comes with two extendable sunbeds as well as a bar, a table for twelve and comfortable sofas available at the side or front-running. The ample aft swimming platform connects guests to the sea and is utilised as a docking area for the abundance of toys available to owners and guests.
Powered by three Diesel engines MTU 12 V2000 M94 and coupled to three waterjets KAMEWA 56A3, Angra Too has a top speed of 31 knots, a cruising speed of 28 knots and a long range thanks to her 18,000-litre fuel tanks.