Italian shipyard Codecasa has announced the sale of their 43-metre hull known as C124. Work on the project began on speculation in April 2022 and the owner joined the build during an advanced stage of construction, signing the papers earlier this month.
The superyacht is the sixth unit in Codecasa's 43-metre line and follows the delivery of Boji, which hit the water in 2022. The model features a full-displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a tri-deck layout. A volume of 465GT and beam of nine metres allows for spacious living areas throughout the interior, with two separate saloons, vast external teak decks and expansive guest cabins.
The exterior features strong lines and a classic vertical bow with a gunmetal grey finish. All naval architecture has been designed in-house to Lloyds Class specifications.
Large windows are found throughout the vessel and invite natural light to bathe shared spaces. A spacious owner’s suite is located on the forward main deck while the rest of the accommodation comprises two doubles and two twin rooms on the lower. Crew accommodation includes four twin cabins with separate captain's quarters.
The vessel will be powered by a pair of Caterpillar C32 Acert engines for a top speed of 16 knots at light displacement and has a range of 4,000 nautical miles when cruising at a more moderate 11 knots. It will also be MCA compliant.
Hull C124 is currently under construction in Viareggio and is due for delivery in June 2024. Alongside the C124, a 58-metre project known as C127 is also under construction and was launched in Pisa, Italy at the Darsena dei Navicelli facilities in August 2022.