Interior revealed: Just-delivered 55m custom superyacht Framura

3 September 2021

Italian yard Codecasa has released new images of its freshly delivered 55 metre fully custom superyacht Framura. Designed in-house at Codecasa, the yacht features the yard's signature clean lines with a striking two-tone paint job in silver and white.

Previously known as Hull C123, Framura was first launched in July 2020 during a private ceremony at Codecasa’s Viareggio based facility and is due for delivery to her owner in summer 2021. Framura is built in steel with an aluminium superstructure and a full-displacement hull.

The ‘simple and eye-catching” interior design was penned by a designer specifically appointed by the owner, who worked in collaboration with the yard’s in-house style department. Framura's interior showcases the power of minimalism with its crisp white walls and cabinetry interrupted by bursts of colour and illuminated by large rectangular windows that run the length of the yacht on both the main and upper decks.

Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests across six cabins comprising an owner’s suite, VIP cabin and four additional guest cabins, with six twin cabins for crew. Highlights include sundeck gym offering guests superior views during their morning workout, as well as numerous spots to enjoy family-style lunches al fresco.

Framura's integrated I-Bridge® has an unusual design, a modern interpretation that brings to mind the observation point at the helm of the old sailing ships. The presence of a central, walk-around island and two side peninsulas placed against the windows, ensures total control in every operational situation. The mixture of tradition and reliable modern architecture is, without doubt, one of the most innovative aspects of this new bridge by TEAM Italia, which once again has successfully integrated multiple onboard systems to achieve greater reaction speed and ease of use. Combining the best seafaring tradition with the latest technology is possible.

Framura is powered by twin Caterpillar 3512C engines for a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.