Cannes Yachting Festival confirms its largest-ever yacht
Published: Thursday, 07 September 2017
Celebrating its 40th anniversary in the bay of the French coast, the Cannes Yachting Festival will see the largest yacht in its history.
(Photos: Cannes Yachting Festival)
The Codecasa, 65m yacht ‘Double Down,’ is styled by Della Role Design and sleeps up to 12 guests in eight rooms, including a master suite and five VIP staterooms complete with leisure and entertainment facilities including a movie theatre.
Other model launches in the show include 19m Solarwave 64 Cruiser, the Neel 51 trimaran and the 32m 2017 Ser II with a 2x caterpillar C12 2x497 hp engine.
(Cannes Yachting Festival)
Cannes Yachting Festival has been the first to take place in the international yachting calendar since 1977 and therefore a forefront in showcasing new model launches and innovative designs. It had more than 51,000 visitors from five continents and 630 boats on show last year. Special events are expected to take place this year to celebrate the 40th-year milestone.
Following the launch of La Terrasse during last year’s show, the Cannes Yachting Festival is unveiling the ‘Luxury Gallery’ situated within the Palais des Festivals which will be dedicated to premium brands outside of yachting.
This will include watches, jewellery, fine sprits, fashion and accessories, household decoration, linens, furniture, design, art, high-tech products and services.