Italian builder Codecasa has revealed new interior renderings of its latest speculative build codenamed Hull C127.
According to the builder, the new construction features an "elegant and gritty" exterior and is set to be one of the "fastest yachts in her category" when it hits the water in 2023. The yacht's design comes from a collaboration between Codecasa's technical team and the design studio M2 Atelier.
Built in steel with a fast displacement hull and vertical bow, the C127 hull will be able to reach a top speed of 21 knots thanks to two 3516E Caterpillar, with a range of 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Accommodation is for 12 guests split between five guest cabins and an owner's suite, with further accommodation for a crew of six and a lift serving all decks. Interior details will remain at the discretion of a new owner.
Highlights include a 3.5-metre swimming pool on the sun deck and a beach club with a fold-down shell door that transforms into a swim platform.
Construction began in September 2020 and the project is scheduled for delivery in spring 2023.
Also in build at the Italian shipyard is the 43 metre F77 project due for delivery in 2021.