Gazzella (hull C121) was designed, like her sisterships, by the Codecasa Shipyard technical staff and a select number of trusted designers. The conceptual aim was to strike a balance between the past and present.
The contemporary hull and superstructure will be finished in a traditional white, contrasting and emphasising the exuberance of the classically finished interior. Mahogany wood and plume surfaces will be present throughout and the floor will host a mixture of precious marbles, onyx and carpet. A large conversation area centred on a gilt mahogany table, in front of a 65-inch television, will make up the main salon, from which the interior flows into the dining room. The dining room also hosts a large mahogany topped table, this time inlayed with maple wood and capable of seating 12 guests.
Gazzella will utilise two Caterpillar 3512C engines, offer a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of approximately 5,000nm at a cruising speed of 12 knots. She will also come with a Castoldi 6.4m jet tender.
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