Yacht Details

Year: 209
Length: 135′
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin / diesel
Hull Material: Aluminum
Current Price: EUR  11,300,000 Tax Not Paid (US$ 13,141,900)
FLYING DAGGER sports a very modern and bold look, thanks to her sleek styling, metallic anthracite grey hull and light grey superstructure. Her interior is equally striking. White is the dominant colour internally and along with large windows and portholes throughout, this makes for a very bright interior. Uncluttered by details, it is an open interior with restrained splashes of colour and many different materials and textures used to create a very contemporary, light feel.

Her performance matches her looks and she is able to reach 34 knots thanks to triple 2400hp MTUs hooked up to Kamewa jets. Built by a highly regarded Italian shipyard, FLYING DAGGER is a very special yacht, one of just two 41S models built by Codecasa.

Yacht Specifications

Boat Name

LOA: 41.0 m
Beam: 8.0 m
Minimum Draft: 1.40 m
Maximum Draft: 1.40 m
Displacement: 175 kgs

Cruising Speed: 30 knots
Maximum Speed: 34 knots
Range: 450 nm

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (3400 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (24000 Liters)

Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2

Length overall: 41.0m / 134’6”
Waterline length: 36.0m / 118’1”
Beam: 8.0m / 26’3”
Draft: 1.4m / 4’7”
Displacement: 175 tonnes
Gross tonnage: 288
Net tonnage: 86 tonnes
Hull: Aluminium
Superstructure: Aluminium
Decks: Teak
Naval Architect Codecasa
External Designer Andrea Bacigalupo
Internal Designer Studio Ivana Porfiri Milano
Maximum speed: 34 knots
Cruising speed: 30 knots
Consumption (approx): 1150 lph @ 30 knots approx.
Range: 450nm @ cruising speed
Primary machinery
Engines: 3 x MTU 16V 2000 M93 2400hp
Engine hours: tbc
Generators: 2 x KOHLER 70 EFOZ 85kW
Generator hours: 7800
Steering: hydraulic
Waterjets: 2 x KAMEWA Jets, model 71 S III
1 x Booster KAMEWA model 56 B III
Gearbox: ZF Mod 3060 X 3
Auxiliary machinery
Bow thruster: American Bow Thruster 50HP
Water maker: Idromar X 2 400lts X hr
Stabilizers: Humphree full Auto
Fuel separator: Alfa Laval MMB 3045-11
Air-conditioning: Frigit X 3 compressors
Toilet system: Jet System
Boilers: 2 X Gianneschi X 6000KW
Fuel: 24,000 l
Dirty lub oil: 500 l
Fresh water: 3500 l
Grey water: 1000 l
Black water: 1000 l
Electrical System
Voltage: 220 V- 380V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Batteries: Service 300 A/Ah
Navigation equipment
Magnetic compass: C. Plath typ 2628
Gyro compass: Sperry Marine Navigatx MK2
Log: Furuno Nav net
Depth sounder: Furuno nav net
Sonar: Furuno Nav net
Autopilot: Sperry V HSC
Radar: Furuno Nav Net 3D
Electronic chart system: Furuno Nav net 3D
GPS: Furuno
Instrumentation system
(wind speed & direction): Nav Net 3D
Communication equipment
Navtex: JRC NCR 333
Broadband Internet Sea Tel
GSM: Yes
SSB radio: Sailor CU 5100
VHF: Skanti
Telephone exchange: Panasonic TDA 30
VHF hand held radio: Icom
Printer / fax: HP Laser jet
TV/ DVD: Sharp
Satellite: Seatel
Music system: Video/CD /Bluethooth
Refrigerator: Miele
Freezer: Miele
Oven: Miele
Stove: Miele
Microwave: Miele
Icemaker: Yes
Dishwasher: Miele
Washing machine: Miele
Dryer: Miele
Guest accommodation (8 guests in 4 staterooms)From the spacious aft deck you enter the saloon which is far larger than one would imagine. The seating area is aft, whilst forward there is a comfortable dining area that will easily seat 12 guests. The immediate impression is of a clean and fresh interior flooded in daylight. The forward bulkhead which separates the dining area from the helm station is a work of art that can be illuminated in the evening.A staircase to starboard of the saloon leads down to the guest accommodation. Aft is the full beam Master stateroom, with a full width his and hers bathrooms whilst forward of the stateroom area is a large fully fitted walk in wardrobe in addition to ample storage within the main stateroom.Forward of the Master are two mirror imaged twin staterooms, with ensuite facilities.The VIP double bedded suite is located forward and is full width allowing for a large bathroom as well as ample wardrobe space.

Crew Accommodation (7 crew in 4 cabins)

The separate crew accommodation is located forwarded and is accessed from the bridge companionway, down to the enclosed commercial galley and then on down to the crew mess and the three bunk bedded cabins and the single Captain’s cabin.

Deck equipment
Anchors & chain: 2 x 110metre
Cranes: Aft Sanguinetti for tender
Windlass: 2 X Maxwell 6000
Passarelle: Yes
Bathing ladder: Yes
Bimini top: Yes
Stern capstans: Yes 2 x Maxwell 4000
Tender and watersports
Tender: Castoldi 15’ jet
Toys: 3 x Seabob
Safety and security
Life rafts: 2 x 8 pax
Life jackets: Yes 20
Fire–fighting equipment: Yes CO 2
Ship alarms: Yes
Intruder alarms: Yes
Bilge & fire pumps: Yes
Searchlight: Yes
Security cameras: Yes x 5 plus 1 Thermal Flir
Ships safes: Yes  x 2
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.