The 35.05 metre explorer motor yacht Codene, listed for sale by Ken Burden and Eugenio Cannarsa at Fraser, has been sold in an in-house deal.
Built in steel and aluminium to Lloyds class at Australia’s Tenix Defence yard, she was delivered in 2004 and had a full refit in 2013 including a full Awlgrip paint job. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a main deck master suite, VIP suite, a double and two twins, all with entertainment systems including flat screen televisions along with en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, she has accommodation for up to six crew.
Codene has an open, fresh interior with light wall coverings and casual bright upholstery, while large teak deck areas offer a variety of living, dining, entertainment or relaxation spaces and has internet access throughout.
The expansive saloon includes comfortable seating in sofas and armchairs, an entertainment system with satellite television and a DVD player, and a bar plus a formal dining area for 10 guests.
On the aft deck there is lounge seating, al fresco entertaining and dining for 10 guests and a sun awning. The 80 square metre sun deck is equipped with a bar, sink, fridge, dishwasher and wine cellar along with a seating area and large sun pads.
She is equally suited to a relaxing cruise in exotic locations, or serious expedition work in demanding environments. Codene comes fully equipped for dive expeditions, with a large aft boarding platform, dive locker, scuba equipment and a dive compressor. Twin Caterpillar D3412 E engines give her a range of 5,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilizers.
Lying in Vanuatu, Codene was asking $5,500,000.