Launched in June earlier this year, the first Codecasa 43-metre Full Beam edition in their Vintage Series is based on the shipyard’s proven Vintage platform designed by Tomaso Spadolini. Here we take a closer look inside the shipyard’s latest superyacht.
Described as ‘a natural evolution’ of the yacht’s predecessor, the Codecasa 42, the first Full Beam version is extended by half a metre, adding valuable working space in the garage area at the stern.
Spadolini worked together with Codecasa’s in-house design team on the design and styling of the yacht’s interior. A soothing timeless interior with rich oak wood and soft coloured fabrics creates an elegant environment fit for daily use. Guests can choose between the main saloon or the more intimate skylounge for hosting visiting guests and family.
As the Codecasa 42 model featured a walk-around main deck, the Full Beam version’s master suite stretches the entire width of the hull as traffic from the main deck is diverted to the Portuguese deck above through side stairways. This added space allows for a private study to be incorporated in the owner’s cabin.
The sundeck layout has remained largely unchanged, with the open and uncluttered space now with an added Jacuzzi set forward on the deck.
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