Superyacht 69-Spring 2021
Codecasa’s 55 metre “Framura” hit the water in 2020. It is a pure and classic motoryacht sporting a long lasting yacht building tradition and a logo which has always been kept with no changes without ever giving way to racy short lived trends.
The project design of the new 55 metre was drawn up by the in house design team handling the interiors and number C123. Like others it is named “Framura” and is preceded in chronologic order by 45 metre Construction F72 “Framura 2” renamed today as “Tenshi” launched in 2010 and by 50 metre construction number C120 “Framura 3” three years later in 2013. A different yacht altogether from the two preceding ones belonging to the Open line initialled by Bacigalupo. Both versions are equipped with Ka.Me.Wa. water jets which push the top speed up to 30 knots while the new 55 metre model is a more classic displacing motor yacht with four decks, more traditional in line shafts and twin Caterpillar engines which propel it to an estimated top speed of 17 knots.
In this more subdued version “Framura” offers great on board comfort offering guests elegant and welcoming surroundings and atmosphere thanks to the owner’s architect of choice. The interiors feature sober classic coloured patterns which without being dull are relaxing and bright. The yacht’s cruising range is expected to be of approximately 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. “Framura” sports a lovely owner suite on the main deck, a VIP suite and four guest cabins situated along the lower deck. Both living rooms are bright with natural light. A formal one is situated along the main deck, comprising a bar, dining area and a sea view lounge along the upper deck and movie theatre, coffee and gaming tables.
The exterior decor has not been overlooked. The cockpit situated on the main deck has loads of room in which to relax. It is furnished with comfortable seats and low tables partly protected from direct sunlight thanks to the main deck’s overhang. Instead the upper deck offers a large dining area aft in the stern end which comprises two sofas and a breathtaking sea view away from curious prying eyes.
The sun deck is dedicated to tan fans but not only. Part of it is shut off and dedicated to host a gym equipped with air conditioning, the stern section is expressly dedicated to sun bathing and the segment in the bow of the same deck sports a generous Jacuzzi tub.
So as to offer five star service and equal comfort “Framura” has six crew cabins with twin beds and the captain’s cabin which has direct access to the modern helm controls station.
by Fabiano Maresca
For further information: Codecasa