Italian builder Canados has launched the first hull in its Oceanic Yachts 90 superyacht series.
The new Oceanic 90 superyacht has been delivered and named Tsa Tsa. The first Oceanic 90 superyacht was sold by Canados in January 2014 to Russian owners while the yacht was already in build on spec by the yard.
Superyacht Tsa Tsa features an upper deck owners' suite with private terrace, while the two guest staterooms and a VIP are found on the lower deck. Interior design is by the yard's in-house team in collaboration with her owner. A mixture of limed grey oak, macassar ebony and wenge wood is used throughout.
The aft deck has modular sofas and can convert from offering seating to stowing a 6.5m diesel-powered SACS tender. Meanwhile, two personal watercraft, two Seabobs, and one JetLev are stored in the garage. The Oceanic Yachts 90, and the entire Oceanic range, places a focus on extended outdoor living spaces, the capability to carry tenders and toys, and blending high performance with low fuel consumption. The latter is seen in the line's DiElec power option.
The first Oceanic Yachts 90 is a straight shaft version. She is powered by twin 1,925-hp Caterpillar C32 Acert engines and has a top speed of 27 knots. Notably, the Oceanic 90 superyacht is also available in a DiElec version, which stands for diesel electric power, where the mains will be coupled to twin Auxilia 80kW engines. With this optional power package, the Oceanic 90 could run at eight knots under electric power with a fuel consumption of 40 litres per hour, or she could still top out at 27 knots.
The Oceanic Yachts 90 superyacht Tsa Tsa will make her debut at the upcoming Cannes yacht show. Canados stays busy as the contract was signed for its first Oceanic 140 explorer superyacht in February. The Oceanic 140 superyacht will have diesel electric power. A Oceanic 120 version will be introduced in 2015.