Sessa showcasing quartet at Venice
The Italian motor yacht builder is staging the world premiere of the C3X alongside three other models at this year’s Venice Boat Show.
Sessa recently launched the first C3X
Sessa is hosting the world premiere of its C3X at the Venice Boat Show (May 28-June 5) along with an F42, C48 and Key Largo 34.
The new C3X has a beam of 3.45m (11ft 4in), an EC load line length of 9.93m and an overall length of 11.33m (37ft 2in) with inboards and 11.19m (36ft 9in) with the optional outboard engines. Sessa is displaying an inboard version with hard top in Venice.
The inboard Sessa C3X with hard top
As well as hard top, the yacht is available in open and T-top versions. The open version is fronted by a strong windshield, while the optional T-top covers most of the cockpit and features an integrated electric bimini that extends the shaded area aft to cover the aft sunpad.
Sessa has created a new cockpit design that includes a modular C-shaped sofa to port that can convert into an extended sunpad by lowering and covering the adjustable table. This aft layout is used with both inboard and outboard engines, while the foredeck has a large sunpad for lounging.
The interior of the Sessa C3X
The lower deck features an L-shaped master cabin that starts to port with a vanity table and direct access to the bathroom forward. Aft, a step down, is a full-beam room featuring a sofa to port and a double bed athwartships with low ceiling, plus a TV on the forward bulkhead. The VIP suite in the bow has a raised double bed, with guests accessing the bathroom by the ‘day head’ door.
The starboard area between the two cabins is available in either a kitchen or lounge version. The kitchen version has a galley forward of an L-shaped sofa and a long table, while the lounge version has a C-shaped sofa that can transform into a double bed with the addition of a cushion on top of the lowered table.
Sessa F42 is part of the Flybridge range
The new C48, which has an overall length of almost 52ft, is also part of the Cruiser range and has two cabins and a garage that can fit a 2.85m tender or jetski, while the F42 is the smallest model in the Flybridge series and has two cabins and a galley on the lower deck.
The Key Largo 34 was premiered at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival and follows many of the features seen on the Key Largo 40. Available with inboard or outboard engines, the KL 34 includes a sun deck that can be created by folding down the back of the sofa and includes two additional platforms.
The Key Largo 34 debuted at Cannes last year
Sessa, which is based in Bergamo, is owned by Brian Zhuang, who owns Omnia Marine, a Shenzhen-based dealer for multiple yacht builders. Sessa is represented in Hong Kong by VP Yachts, which was founded in late 2020 by Vivian Chan, also General Manager of her family’s Sun Hing Shipyard.