If the idea of a galley in an enclosed lounge on the flying bridge sounds intriguing, the owner of the Explorer 49.5, a 162-footer, is a kindred spirit. Further notable, this is one of three galleys the owner asked Tomasso Spadolini to include in the long-range megayacht. While the owner is still weighing builder choices,
June 3 marked the launch of My Legacy, a.k.a. Codecasa Hull F78, which of course was a special occasion. A priest blessed the megayacht in front of the assembled crowd, a nice touch. Soon after, a champagne bottle swung across the shipyard floor from a special podium to break against her bow, in keeping with
My Legacy is just weeks away from her first summer season of cruising. The fully custom megayacht celebrated her official launch at Codecasa’s shipyard in Viareggio, Italy this month. My Legacy is Codecasa Hull F78, a 184-footer (56-meter) featuring styling by the shipyard’s own Technical Team. That same Technical Team is responsible for naval architecture.
PHOTOS: Giovanni Malgarini A well-known expression holds that the family that eats together stays together. In the case of Crowbridge, the family eats together while they cruise together—so much so that the galley is the focal point onboard. This is just one surprise of several that make their Cantiere delle Marche megayacht a true custom
Megayachts in the 98- and 141-foot (30- and 43-meter) size ranges have shifted into composite construction over the years rather than aluminum. The designer Tommaso Spadolini still sees client demand for them as metal yachts, though. He’s therefore come up with the Montecristo 43 in 30- and 45-meter proposals. Each emphasizes smart use of volume
A family who looks forward to cruising far from the hustle and bustle of crowds celebrated the launch of their custom explorer megayacht, Crowbridge, at Cantiere delle Marche last week. Furthermore, they look forward to rolling up their sleeves in the galley, and perhaps at the helm. Bearing the code name Explorer 40.22 while in