Presented at the Genoa International Boat Show, which just ended, the first construction of the Castagnola Heritage 9.9, designed by Nauta Design and developed by Francesco Rogantin’s Studio Names for Naval Architecture and Engineering.
The Heritage 9.9 was built by Castagnola with a new technology (patented). The first example of the Heritage line realized by the Italian shipyard, Lavagna shipyard founded in 1974 by Giovanni Castagnola, was born to be used as a weekend or day-cruiser for small cruises or as a superyacht tender of large dimensions. It is a planing boat capable of good performance, able to reach a cruising speed of 30 knots and a maximum speed of 35.
Built in wood and coated on the outer surface of the hull with a thin layer of carbon fiber and epoxy resin, it combines quality craftsmanship and a high degree of technological innovation.
The internal structures are left exposed and treated with breathable paints. The combination of different materials with complementary characteristics, wood and carbon fiber, glass, or other, has allowed obtaining a hull with excellent performance in terms of navigation and maintenance, preserving all the qualities and charm of the wood.
The marketing of Heritage 9.9 of Castagnola Yacht has been entrusted to Equinoxe Yachts International, the brokerage house based in Turin specialized for over thirty years in the sale of yachts and superyachts.
(Heritage 9.9 di Castagnola Yachts presented at the Genoa Boat Show – Barchemagazine.com – October 2020)