De Cesari 475 - NEW CLASSIC YACHT
- LOA ( Lh) 14.50 M.
- LWL12.150 M.
- BEAM 3.98 M.
- DRAFT2,60 m
- DISPLACEMENT - LIGHT10500 kg
- BALLAST4050 kg
- SAIL AREA UPWIND119 Sqm.
- SAIL AREA DOWNWIND235 Sqm.
- FUEL200 Lt.
- FRESH WATER200 Lt.
- CONSTRUCTION MATERIALStrip planking
- POWER55 Hp Sail Drive
- NAVAL ARCHITECTURECeccarelli Yacht Design
- EXTERIOR DESIGNCeccarelli Yacht Design
- BUILDERCantiere Navale De Cesari
“A challenge of style and performance” as has defined the designer Giovanni Ceccarelli his latest design, “an yacht that looks into the future, but with solid roots in the past”
The project CYD 202 for Cantiere Navale De Cesari has been conceived thinking about the classics, but with modern hull and appendages, similar to America’s Cup projects “Mascalzone Latino” and “+39 Challenge” family design with the De Cesari 33.
A very graceful yacht on water which does not go unnoticed neither for its elegance at mooring and navigation nor for its performance.
An yacht designed for easy sailing, even short handled, thanks to the simplified maneuvers, with great performance and seaworthy, due to the balanced volume distribution and U-section hull shape.
The vessel is constructed of laminated mahogany and teak deck, by the yard’s master craftsmen using the West System epoxy bonding, a stablished technique by the boatyard.
A boat fitted for easy sailing in cruising mode, capable of offshore Races in IRC or ORC
The beauty of that wood construction is emphasized in this project, with the interior and most of the deck house will be clear varnished.
The sail plan is designed with large square top mainsail, design solution to recall the low aspect ratio gaff rigged classic boats, and an A1 and a code 0 mounted on a fixed bowsprit, which is to be made in wood.
Simple interiors with accomodation for 6 guest all made with clear finished wooden.