The 33m motoryacht will join the flybridge range, taking her place in between Canados 86 and 120, both launched last year.
She features exterior and naval architecture by the Canados Design Team, while Cristiano Gatto Design has fully customised her interior.
The new 33m yacht continues the Canados tradition of performance, attention to detail and a high level of customisation. She also introduces new design elements on her exterior. For the first time, a Canados features large side windows in the hull on the main deck, which allow more light for the dining and the owner’s suite, and also shows the two sofas forward by the large sunbathing area.
The living and dining areas, the galley and the dayhead are placed on the main deck. The owner’s stateroom is located forward on the same deck affording a 'magnificent' panoramic view.
Accommodation is provided for six guests on the lower deck with a VIP, a double which can be converted into a twin if required, and a twin. Crew accommodation is located forward in the lower deck with three cabins. The decor features light oak for the walls and the furniture and teak for the floor.
Draught to propellers (full load) 2.10m
Displacement (full load) 140 tonnes
fuel capacity: 15.000 litres
engines 2 MTU 16V 2000 M94
cruising speed: 24.5 knots
max speed: 28.5 knots
Cruising range: 480 nm
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