Headquartered in Rome, Italy, Canados builds luxury, semi-custom composite yachts from 23.46 to 36 meters in length.
A group of master carpenters trained in the centuries-old Italian shipbuilding tradition established Canados in the 1940s on the banks of the Tiber River in Rome. The first craft launched from the shipyard were wooden vessels used by the military, the coast guard, and the local harbour master.
Over the years, Canados began building luxury yachts for its customers. With the advent of FRP technology, the shipyard switched to constructing sleek open and flybridge yachts of composite. Today, their luxury yacht line includes the Canados 76, 86, Open 90 and 120.
The year 2012 saw the launch of the first Canados 120 Enhanced model, Far Away, the shipyard’s flagship by a large margin. Canados developed the naval architecture and exterior styling for the 36.33-metre yacht in-house, while Francessco Paskowski Design created the interior design. The Canados 120 accommodates six to eight guests and five crew. Powered with twin MTU 16V 2000 M94 diesel engines, she has a top speed of 27 knots.
Drawing on Italian artisanship, Canados builds its yacht interiors entirely in-house, including the fine woodwork and metalwork. The shipyard will personalise each yacht to suit its owner’s individual tastes.