Family Day is a pedigree light alloy fast planing superyacht from the world-renowned Codecasa shipyard of Viareggio.
Designed by Andrea Bacigalupo, Family Day was built to ABS class and delivered in 2007 named Bellissima C. Her interior, by Franco and Anna Della Role uses select mahogany woods to create a classic decor in accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, three doubles and a twin, all with en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for six crew.
A full-width open-plan main saloon has formal dining for eight guests. The relaxation area has two leather settees and four armchairs.
The external areas offer wide sunbathing spaces and sun pads, at the bow as well as on the aft deck and flybridge. On the bow there is a solarium area plus an al fresco dining area arranged in a C-shape, hosting in its internal part two tables which can be joined into a single oval table able to seat up to 14 guests in comfort.
On the aft deck is another dining table in front of the main saloon's doors, along with a large sun pad cleverly concealing a Jacuzzi spa tub.
Three 2,400 hp MTU diesel engines linked to triple KaMeWa water jets power her to speeds of up to 30 knots with a cruising speed of 25 knots.
Currently completing a 10 year ABS Survey and technical refit, Family Day can be viewed out the water in Trogir, Croatia.