Codecasa Jet 2020: the luxury superyacht inspired by aviation

It depends on how you look at it; it may look like a plane or a Superyacht.

The Italian shipyard Codecasa announces the upcoming construction of a 70-meter yacht named “CODECASA JET 2020.” Designed by Fulvio Codecasa, who has headed the shipyard for over 40 years, the ship is directly inspired by the typical aviation lines and borrows many of its stylistic features.

The preliminary design of the CODECASA JET 2020 traces the profile of a yacht characterized by a bow that recalls the face of a large jet. The front section of the superyacht, with its compact and rounded shape, reminds of the cockpit of an airplane. During port maneuvers, the boat‘s nose opens like the bow of a cargo ship to give access to a mooring area.

The Yacht forward section features a solid and rounded shape recalling the cockpit of an aircraft.
The Yacht forward section features a solid and rounded shape recalling the cockpit of an aircraft.

At the center of the upper deck of the yacht, there is a Sun Deck, which in the preliminary project is 20 meters long and 10 meters wide. Here you will find all the spaces and equipment for open-air living, starting with a 6 x 2-meter swimming pool, large sunbathing areas, and a gymnasium.

Other features of the new CODECASA JET 2020 include a Beach Club, served by a lift and connected to a Hallway and a Skylounge, with large windows 3 meters high while the main deck is entirely dedicated to the owner’s suite. On the Lower Deck, there are four guest cabins and the crew quarters.

This 70 meters long Yacht transfers on a Yacht some stylistic features borrowed from aviation.
This 70 meters long Yacht transfers on a Yacht some stylistic features borrowed from aviation.

For the time being, the Viareggio yard has not filtered any information on the name of the client but ensures that the construction of the yacht could start at the end of the first half of 2020. “Wait and see,” because it is common that this kind of non-standard project, as attractive as it is, never sees the light of day.

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