Sessa Marine once again pulls out a new project for a 16 metres open yacht, the C54 Sport-Coupe. We will have to wait for the next Cannes Boat Show coming September to discover and enjoy this new model, which should keep Sessa vocation as a trend-setter.
Combining the unique characteristics of a performing and sporty open, to those of a comfortable, elegant yacht, the C54 Sport-Coupe offers its owner a generous spacious layout onboard. The C54 Sport-Coupe will be Sessa fourth generation hull developed for IPS, following the C46, C43 and the Fly 54. Stylish and powerful, the C54 has all the comforts one would expect on a yacht: 3 cabins including the owner cabin at the centre of the boat, bright and comfortable with a separate bathroom; a spacious galley on the lower deck, entirely freeing the upper deck which, with its 8 guest table, bar, divan convertible into a large sun bath and its glass door, becomes a genuine haven for life and relaxation, in summer and winter. Let’s not forget the BBQ area behind the cockpit, the hydraulic stern bridge or the crew cabin which is welcoming enough to become a backup guest cabin, and all the details that give the C54 its mark of prestige.
C54 is the yard’s first flying bridge model and comes from the pen of Christian Grande who has gone for fluid lines inspired by the sinuous gracefulness of the sports cars of the 1960s. Sharing a similar hull to the 54 Fly and twin Volvo 690hp engines and propelled by second generation larger IPS pods, the Sessa C54 Sport-Coupe should reach a similar 32 knots top speed.