Update on Codecasa 50s, Its Largest Open-Style Megayacht

A few months ago, Codecasa revealed it was building its first 164-foot (50-meter) open, the Codecasa 50s model. Only a few details were available at the time about the megayacht, referred to as hull C. 120. Now, Codecasa has released more renderings and information on the general arrangement and decor.

As a reminder, the Codecasa 50s was commissioned by the same owners as Framura 2, a Codecasa 45s. C. 120 will have the same emphasis on speed as that yacht and the rest of the smaller yachts in the open series. The all-aluminum megayacht will be powered by triple 2,600-hp MTUs, paired with KaMeWa waterjets and a KaMeWa booster. Codecasa anticipates a light-displacement top speed of 28 knots and best cruise of 18 knots. (Light displacement will be 250 tons, while full displacement will be 270 tons.) C. 120 will further meet ABS classification standards and feature naval architecture by Andre Bacigalupo.

As for the general arrangement, the Codecasa 50s will emphasize outdoor living. Open-air spaces aboard the trideck will feature plenty of settees and sunbeds, from the main aft deck to the bow and immediately forward of the wheelhouse. Umbrellas can be fitted in a few of these areas, too.

Inside, Della Role (Codecasa’s in-house design team) and a personal decorator tapped by the owner are collaborating. Woods including wenge and oak, the latter with both natural and whitewashed finishes, dominate owner and guest areas. The woods are complemented by accents in steel, chrome, leather, and lacquered surfaces. The images here are the first that Codecasa has released, showing how the light and dark tones and textures create a contemporary atmosphere.

Specific highlights include two relaxation zones in the saloon. One is reserved for TV watching, while the other, pictured above, is more for conversations. There’s also a games table here. Because the formal dining area is aft on the upper deck, the saloon gains more space than usual for a 164-foot megayacht.

Other than the galley and captain’s cabin both being below decks, the rest of C. 120’s arrangement is pretty typical. The master suite (above is forward on the main deck, featuring a study/TV room, a gym, and a fold-down balcony. Another nice touch here: a Turkish bath, lined with marble. Meanwhile, five guest staterooms (three VIPs and two doubles) are below decks. The owner and guests alike will be welcome in the wheelhouse while C. 120 is underway. Rather than an observation settee, though, they’ll have four chairs from which to choose.

C. 120 should be delivered by Codecasa next year.

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