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News: Canados Oceanic 140 Back On Track

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  1. Canados Oceanic 140 Explorer Back On Track
    Italian yard Canados recently released images showing the first Oceanic 140 Explorer yacht. This yacht started construction back in 2014 but the vessel fell victim to when the yard changed hands and thus was put on hold. It appears now that the build is going to resume in earnest. Therefore a new delivery timeline of end of the first quarter in 2020 has been set. As you might imagine, this vessel has been built on spec and will continue to do so with the hope of finding an owner.
  2. The top speed isn't known because the propulsion package isn't known at this stage. It is possible the yard is waiting for a owner to purchase and choose their option. However, the top speed range is going to be between 18-knots all the way to 26-knots thanks to the options being dual MTUs, dual CATs or triple CATS. Although this yacht is at an advanced stage of construction it is still a long way from completion. Canados suggests 16 months completion time from the signing of a contract.
  3. In renderings you see this explorer depicted with a bulb. That apparatus will be fitted later next month and then interior bulkhead works and flooring will be finished. The upper deck of the superstructure will be fitted towards the end in 2020. The interior design work will be undertaken by Michela Reverberi. Guest accommodations will be on the lower deck while the owner is set to have the entire yet-to-be-installed upperdeck for themselves. At the fore of the deck a jacuzzi will be installed while the aft section of the deck will have sunpadded areas.

    For more information:

    Canados Yachts
    Via dell’Idroscalo
    00121 Roma
    www.canados.com

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