Lady Lau: launched only in 2010, this 65m superyacht is the newest Codecasa on sale
The story of Codecasa goes back to 1825 when Giovanni Battista Codecasa established the yard in Viareggio as a builder of wooden sailing yachts.
Since then, and under several generations of the same family, the yard has undergone an evolution, developing into today’s group, which comprises three yards: Codecasa Ugo, Codecasa Due and Codecasa Tre.
The Codecasa Ugo and Tre yards extend over an area of more than 7,000 square metres, 6,000 of which are under permanent cover. These shipyards build steel/aluminium or all-aluminium vessels ranging from 30 to 90 metres. Codecasa Due is 6,500 square metres, 3,500 of which are under permanent cover and has the facilities for repair and refitting of motor and sailing yachts, as well as the construction of steel/aluminium or aluminium yachts up to 35 metres.
In 1970 the yard moved decisively into the superyacht world with the launch of the 24.5m motor yacht Gram and has since delivered a steady stream of iconic yachts including the 62m Moneikos and 65m Jonikal.
Today, with a thoroughly experienced workforce and employing the latest technologies, Codecasa continues to break new ground with the recent announcement that it is currently building its first 50m Open superyacht.
Here we present five of the fine yachts from this pedigree yard which are currently listed for sale.
Lady Lau | 2010 | 65m | €44.9 million
Originally built as Lady Ann Magee II, this 65m superyacht was sold before her launch in 2010 and renamed Lady Lau.
Lloyd’s classed and MCA compliant, she has a large volume and offers flexible accommodation for up to 18 guests, with a full beam owner’s suite on the upper deck and eight further guest cabins.
She also boasts a gym, a cinema and a large, wind-protected outside dining area on the upper deck. Her rich mahogany interior was designed by Della Role, and includes an elevator serving all five decks.
Twin 2,448hp Caterpillar engines give her a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Lady Lau is a joint listing with Merle Wood & Associates and Russell Crump at Edmiston & Company who says, ‘Lady Lau is the newest 65 metre from Codecasa for sale. She is full of lush fabrics and top quality woods and is fitted with a a sophisticated satellite television system. She has been fully managed by Edmiston since the current owner took delivery. She’s a beauty!’
Dakota | 2000 | 49.9m | €11.4 million
Delivered in 2000 as Moneikos, this 49.9m motor yacht was sold by her owner who moved on to a larger Codecasa and she was renamed Dakota.
She features interior styling by Della Role Design and accommodates 12 guests in six suites. Her twin 2,231hp Caterpillar engines power her to a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 4,600 nautical miles and she has always been a private yacht.
Her broker, Francesco Vitale at Nauta Yachts, comments: ‘Dakota has luxury, style and timeless elegance: the perfect combination for a yacht of this size and range offered for sale at a very attractive price.’
Family Day | 2007 | 41m | €10.75 million
Built as a semi-custom yacht in 2007, Family Day (ex Bellissima C) is a powerful yacht, built from a lightweight aluminium alloy and powered by three MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines, achieving 34 knots.
Celebrated interior designers Della Role Design were responsible for the interior, offering luxurious comfort to match her high-speed performance. Family Day has mahogany wall panelling, doors and flooring on the main deck and can comfortably accommodate 10 guests in five cabins, comprising the owner’s suite, three doubles and one twin cabin.
She is listed for sale by Tim Langmead at Camper & Nicholsons International who says, ‘Family Day won an interior design award when she was launched in 2007 and has a large volume in comparison to other sports 42 metres.
‘She has a large aft deck and fly bridge yet maintains the modern open styling, enhanced by the silver and dark grey hull paint. A key selling point is that there are less than 500 hours on the engines. Very little used, the owner wants her sold before the summer.’
Ouranos Too | 1994 | 41m | €6.5 million
Ouranos Too (formerly Iliki V) was custom built in 1994 with an interior by Della Role Design.
She has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a beam of 8.5m and a 2.25m draught. Ouranos Too has a range of 3,300 nautical miles and offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six double cabins plus eight crew.
She is listed for sale by Cape4 Yachting and Richard Earp at Fraser Yachts who says, ‘Refitted in 2007, Ouranos Too has a rich interior of cherrywood accented by burl cherry crafted from the root of the tree.’
St Marteen | 1992 | 34.7m | €1.9 million
Built to Lloyd’s class in 1992, the 34.7m St Marteen was fully refitted in 2007. She sleeps up to 10 guests in a master, VIP and two twin cabins plus two Pullman berths, and has a range of 3,600 nautical miles at 12 knots powered by twin 695hp Deutz engines.
Her broker, Antoine Althaus at Fraser Yachts, says, ‘I sold her in 1992 and she’s had the same owner for the last 19 years. Never chartered, St Marteen is for sale only for family reasons.’
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