Third Canados 120 hull towed to completion shed
by Miranda Blazeby.
The third hull of the Canados 120 Caesar has been towed to the completion shed in preparation for the final stages of construction. The 37 metre yacht, which is due to be launched in April next year, has already been sold and is the owner’s third Canados.
The yacht’s deck is set to be fitted on July 15 while the superstructure will be removed from the mould in the third week of September. Fairing on the superstructure will be completed before it is coupled to the deck which is scheduled to take place mid-December.
Exterior design of the 120 Caesar is undertaken in-house by the Canados design office while the interior styling brief has been handed to Cristiano Gatto.
Stand out features will include an oversized bathing platform and storage for personal watercrafts as well as a 4.3 metre tender garage which will transform into a teak-panelled beach club.
The yacht will also include floor to ceiling main deck side glass walls and a raised pilothouse equipped with navigation, communication and monitoring systems which enable the crew to take control of the yacht from a single position.
Each yacht is created with the interior featuring craft custom furniture chosen according to the client’s tastes. Oversized saloon windows will look out onto the ocean while the galley will be custom made by Italian kitchen designer Boffi.
Accommodation is for ten guests in five cabins and the master suite can be situated on either the main or lower deck.
Power will come from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M94L engines developing 2,600hp for a top speed of 27 knots and cruising speed of 24 knots.