The 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show will feature Canados’ new 143’ flagship.
The latest culmination of over 70 years of Canados’ yacht building experience comes in the form of the brand’s Oceanic line of boats, which combines an Explorer-style yacht with a higher speed than the usual 13 knots. The newest Canados Oceanic 143’ Tri-Deck yacht uses a hull architecture that improves comfort and fuel consumption and allows for speeds of up to 24 knots. The combination of comfort, efficiency, and speed is difficult to achieve, and it comes courtesy of the Oceanic’s special “Displanning” hull architecture made of lightweight E-Glass and Vinylester resin, with a superstructure made of Kevlar and Aramat. Making its public debut at the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show, this new yacht combines innovation with uncompromising luxury.
3 new Caterpillar C32 B-Series engines with 12 cylinders and 3 turbos provide 2,400 horsepower each, and the owner and guests can experience their power and drivability in ultimate comfort, with special attention paid to noise reduction and insulation. The lower deck VIP suites are located 36 feet from the engine room, and other components were placed specifically to separate the cabins from the engines. The other guest and owner spaces are even farther from the engines so as to reduce noise even at full speeds to the bare minimum.
Two guest cabins, two VIP suites, and a fully private owner’s deck make being a passenger of the Canados Oceanic 143’ Tri-Deck a complete pleasure. The aft deck features everything from an infinity tub to a bar, kitchen, dining table, and more, and with a Sun Deck that measures over 570 square feet, featuring a bar, sun pad, wing stations, and a Turkish bath inside the mast, the Canados Oceanic 143’ Tri-Deck yacht leaves nothing to be desired but the ocean to sail.