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Codecasa Shipyards introduces Codecasa 43 Hull F77 - MY Boji

by Codecasa Yachts 20 May 06:46 PDT
Codecasa 43 Hull F77 - MY Boji © Codecasa Yachts

Codecasa Shipyards are delighted to announce the launching of the new Codecasa 43 - Hull F77 - MY Boji.

The launching took place on May 19, 2020 at 11.00 am, at the Codecasa Shipyards production facility in the Darsena of Viareggio, with a private and exciting ceremony, in the presence of the Family of the Owner and the people who contributed to the realization of this jewel.

CODECASA 43 - Hull F77 - m.y. Boji is a totally custom-made full displacement Yacht, with steel hull and aluminium superstructure designed by Codecasa Shipyards in-house technical staff.

The Yacht is a 43 meters of length over all and with her typical vertical bow, she features big windows, which let the natural light into the Interiors and make the Exteriors elegant and eye-catching. With her clean and essential profile, in line with the Yard style, this Yacht is equipped with two Caterpillar 3512C main engines (1.650 HP at 1.800 rpm) able to reach a top speed of 16.5 knots at light displacement with a range of 4.000 nautical miles at 11 knots speed. The m.y. Boji can ensure a safe and comfortable navigation in any weather and sea conditions. The internal volumes are just below 500 GRT, the remarkable exterior spaces, with a clean and elegant line, can ensure the best comfort and privacy; consumptions are reasonable and quality standards are very high.

The Codecasa Family and the whole Yard Team, proud of this Yacht, would like to wish the Owners many moments of pleasant use of their wonderful m.y. Boji.

Specifications:

  • Length Overall: 43,00 meters
  • Maximum Beam: 9,00 meters
  • Maximum Draft: 2,60 meters
  • Hull: High tensile Steel AH36
  • Superstructure: Aluminium 5083 H111/H321
  • Classification: Lloyd's Register ? 100 A1, SSC Yacht MONO G6 ? LMC UMS LY3 Full Compliant
  • Full load displacement: 440 tons approx.
  • Main engines: 2 Caterpillar 3512C (1,650 hp @1,800 rpm)
  • Stabilizers: CMC Marine Stabilis Electra SE160
  • Generators: 2 Caterpillar C4.4 "Acert" 99 kW each, 1 Caterpillar C4.4 "Acert" 65 kW -Emergency Generator
  • Propellers 2 Detra 5 fixed blades, "S" Class
  • Maximum speed at light displacement: 16.5 knots
  • Range: 4,000 Nautical Miles @11 knots
  • Fuel oil capacity: 70,000 Liters
  • Fresh water capacity: 14,000 Liters
  • Guests' cabins: 1 Owner's Suite, 2 double bed Cabins, 2 twin bed Cabins (with extra bunk)
  • Crew cabins: 1 Captain's Cabin, 4 twin bed Cabins
  • Delivery date: 2022

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