Castagnola 37 DP

The new flagship, a megayacht over 37 metres long and 8 metres wide, will be completely made of wood, with the classic triple planking augmented by layers of carbon fibre to increase its strength and make the hull lighter, for a light displacement of 140 tons and a full load displacement of 170. The boat is powered by a pair of 2600 hp German MTU engines combined with Kamewa Rolls-Royce water jet drives.This new 37-metre vessel will have a cruising speed of approximately 27 knots and a top speed of 30 knots, while an ample range will be assured by tanks holding 18,000 litres of fuel and over 3,000 litres of fresh water. Two generators installed on board for a total power of 50 kilowatts ensure long periods of autonomy also from the electrical standpoint.

The exteriors have been designed for maximum comfort and convenient use from stem to stern. The aft cockpit is extremely comfortable, with the swim platform right at hand and a large table for outdoor meals, sheltered by the rear extension of the flybridge. This last, a large terrace over four metres above the water, has the peculiarity of being equipped without fixed elements so that it can be used with maximum flexibility according to the owner’s needs.

At the guests’ disposal is a bar unit, numerous chaises longues, a table for twelve plus three sofas available along the sides or facing forward. Toward the bow is the helm station with six seats for the skipper, pilot and passengers.

The interiors have been designed directly by the shipyard’s technical department and offer large spaces and great liveability in both the living and sleeping areas. The main deck features an enormous salon aft in direct communication with the exterior, furnished with a table for twelve, a lounge with two sofas and a well-stocked corner bar.

Amidships is a fitness area equipped with the latest exercise machines, while the whole forward part is dedicated to the owner, who enjoys a large full-beam double cabin with a double bath, study corner and wardrobes, in addition to a splendid view of the sea towards the bow.

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