Canados Yachts to Launch 100 Flybridge Series of Superyachts
Italian yacht-maker Canados Yachts is set to launch the first superyacht of the Canados 100 Flybridge series.
The exterior of the vessel, which will be 104-feet/31.8-meters in length, designed by yacht designer Carlo Galeazzi, will be equipped with contemporary windows resembling horizontal slats in place of hull portholes or vertical windows. Her interior will incorporate four or five staterooms for guests. All the guest cabins will be situated on the lower deck and will possess a combined capacity to house a maximum of eight to 10 guests.
The superyacht will sport a living space on its foredeck, and ample relaxation and public spaces in its exterior part. Her bow will consist of a social zone fitted with tables, built-in seating facilities and sunpad. Among her various other features are built-in seating arrangements and loungers’ space aft on the flybridge, as well as a large Jacuzzi.
The superyacht will be powered by a pair of strong MTU engines. Her engines are expected to help it operate at a maximum speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots.
Delivery is expected in the Summer of 2012 at the Canados shipyard in Italy.