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The brand new Codecasa Vintage Superyacht

The gorgeous Codecasa Vintage is a new addition to sea-cruising, a pure demonstration of how extravagance can cope with efficiency. Measuring around 42.5 meters, the yacht emanates an impression of being a bit larger than it actually is thanks to its exterior appearance with sleek lines and the confident, vertical bow line.

Died in navy blue and white, the vessel shares a rather elegant and modern look, impressing through its shyness. Put aside this last statement right when you enter the boat – you may be astonished by the vast, light interior, boosted by the overall fresh white paintjob.

There is clear evidence of the Hampton style throughout the interiors, with the main saloon divided into two sitting arrangements – the fore area is festooned with a huge U-shaped Chesterfield sofa encased in gorgeous white leather and represents a rather luxurious, pleasant and intimate spot, a perfect location to spend some time with your beloved, enjoying the coffee on a colonial coffee table; the aft on the other hand is more formal, decked with a striped L-shaped sofa, starboard cocktail bar and a big dark coffee table of a colonial-like style.

The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests, inside 5 guest cabins, composing the owner’s quarters, plus 2 twin cabins and 2 VIPs. Except the owner’s suite, the guest cabins are located on the lower deck, while the 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins are look-alikes in terms of design and arrangements.

To avoid boredom and routine, the designers had the idea to vary the central Hampton theme inside the cabins using additional colorations as red and yellow. The cabins on the lower deck are festooned with en suite bathrooms that share a high load of marble.

The most opulent spot on the vessel is, of course, the owner’s quarters. It represents the ultimate in terms of luxury, boasting with extravagant amenities not taking in consideration any space limitations. Featuring his and hers walk-in wardrobes and bathrooms, separated by a large shower spot, a full beam bedroom, an extra office and sitting areas, the owner’s suite is more than enough for an extravagant living.

The upper deck features the two main dining areas, being especially designed to ensure guests with entertainment and spaces to enjoy a meal. The dining room boasts with a 10-man dining table in a rather private setting. The best spot of the upper deck is represented by the exterior space, usable for al fresco dining as well as for sunbathing and relaxing on the aft deck.

Furthermore, there’s the sundeck, ideal for sunbathing or for hiding away into shade. It boasts with a set of sun loungers and a huge, fore sofa, great spots to ease your burdened muscles.

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By Richie Rich

Posted 8 Feb 2012 12:34 am

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