Sessa Celebrates 60th Anniversary
Sessa Marine will introduce new versions of their C38 and C44 at the 2018 Düsseldorf International Show in January, the first of six new models in a year that also marks the boatbuilder’s 60th anniversary.
The C38 and C44 have been completely restyled and offer both upgraded interiors and exteriors, designed by Christian Grande in collaboration with CentrostileDesign of Imola.
One significant design change is each model’s hullside windows, which “follow the new trend of the shipyard,” the builder says. Besides adding style and contemporary elegance to the profile, the windows greatly increase the amount of light experienced below decks.
The cockpit is getting brighter as well, with the hardtop’s electric sunroof. Both models also have hydraulic swim platforms and a sun pad on the foredeck. The restyled look was first seen in the recently added Sessa Marine FLY 21 model.
The C38 is powered by twin 300 hp Volvo Penta D4 sterndrives and has a reported 36-knot top-end. The boat accommodates four guests in two staterooms: a master stateroom forward and a guest stateroom with twin berths abaft and to starboard.
The C44 is powered by twin 435 hp Volvo Penta IPS 600 D6 engines. She reportedly tops out at 38.2 knots. Owners can opt for a tender garage or an extra-long cockpit, sans garage. This yacht also accommodates four guests, but with a guest stateroom with double berth forward while the amidships, full-beam master has an athwartships double berth.
Learn more about both models here, as well as at the Düsseldorf International Boat Show in January, 2018.