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Canados 110 fly

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  1. Yacht News

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    A step above the 90', the Canados 110 fly is truly a vessel to behold. Gleaming in an all-white traditional exterior paint finish, she commands attention. The main deck of the exterior features a wrap-around walkway providing full access to most areas of the yacht from outside.

    The fore of the Canados 110 is easily accessed by the walk-around deck. The fore features sizable sun pads for the 'sun worshipper.' A small bow pulpit offers a closer look over the bow for guests. Walking around to the stern, more seating is available. This seating is complimented by a wooden rectangular table. From here, the swim platform can be reached by way of stairs on either side of the stern.

    From the aft of the main deck, the fly bridge can be accessed via a stairway on the starboard side, outside of the saloon sliding doors. On the fly bridge, a large sun bed is situated centrally on the aft while a dining table and chairs are forward of this area. The table can seat up to ten in an informal setting. Further forward, well appointed settee type seating is available and to the fore of the fly bridge is the outdoor navigation station. This station is located on the starboard side. On the opposite is more seating for guests. In the middle is a sliding door that gives access to the interior.

    As one moves down the outdoor stairs at the aft, the saloon becomes visible through the sliding glass doors. The interior is immediately striking, with the soft neon recessed lighting above and below the window lines as well as floating above the floor. The saloon is essentially minimalist in feel and design. Lofty seating and accessories accentuate the look. A broad flat screen draws one to the entertainment and social area.

    The galley continues in the minimalist theme. Dominated by stainless steel facades and appliances, the space reflects the lighting that is present aiding in an apparent roomy feel. A small ceiling hung flat panel is there to provide entertainment when the chef is bored.

    The lighting on board is to a large extent, changeable. In the master and the guest rooms, the neon type lighting is present thus creating a relaxing mood. The baths are exquisite, looking more like show pieces than functional pieces. The bathroom experience is sure to be phenomenal. Off course, all the public spaces are customizable and as a result, personalization is attainable.

    Here are some brief statistics on the Canados 110 fly:

    Length o.a. 110 ft
    Beam 23.45 ft.
    Draft to propellers 7.50 ft.
    Displacement 120 ton. Engines MTU 16V 2000 M93 2x2450 hp
    Water tanks capacity 2500 lt.
    Fuel tanks capacity 15.000 lt.
    Max speed 30 knots
    Cruising speed 36 knots
    Cruising range 500 Nm.

    For more on the Canados 110 fly visit the builder’s website at:

    http://www.canados.com/uk/yachts_fly110_img.html#

    http://www.canados.com
  2. Renderholic

    Renderholic New Member

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    Wow, she's stunning! Any idea who created the interior design? It's got a really nice 'fresh' look to it.
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    Well Luiz De Basto worked on the interior of one or two of the Canados. Maybe might be them but I am not thoroughly sure.
  4. nilo

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    Change in Canados

    I do not know whether there was any specific interior designer employed from outside the company for these boats, but the latest change of concept in Canados is due to the arrival of Maurizio Baldoni, the new CEO. He was managing Admiral in his previous post. The boats are no longer boring in the interior details. They have won the best interior award of Showboats with their 90 Open.

    I had the chance to test a 72 during the last Monaco boat show and I have been positively impressed by the quality efforts put in especially in the technical parts of the boat. All pumps and electrical installation were of professional caliber and sound insulations nicely done. Nice stainless steel and furniture finishes as well. The interior had the same nice touch as in Canados 110. She was also handling well, the only point which I was not able to verify was the strength of the hull, which could easily check by a professional surveyor.