Canados shipyard gains momentum after takeover

Shipyard Canados is going from strength to strength, following a takeover earlier this year by Mr. Michel Karsenti.

So far, Canados has announced the delivery of two new vessels, as well as considerable progress on its new Oceanic 76 yacht, and impending launches for three new models later on in the year. Deliveries this year include the Canados 90’ Open, as well as the 24th hull in its 76’ line of yachts.

A contract for its new Oceanic 76 yacht was then signed in late February, with delivery due at the beginning of August. The last report by Canados announced that construction was on schedule, with the hull and superstructure painted, the engine room completed and equipment installed.

Cristiano Gatto designed the interior of the new yacht, and commented, “It is really amazing to be involved in the construction of a custom-made 23 metre at Canados. I frequently do similar sized yachts, but nowhere else did I see such approach from a builder.

“The technical office as well as the superb internal joinery shop are simply processing like if it was a 50-metre project. They basically scaled down large yacht processes to smaller yachts, allowing the owner unlimited choices and variants in the smallest details. I will not even elaborate on the capacity of the craftsmen who are simply producing the work of art.”

Canados has also announced its presence at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival in September, where three new models will be revealed: the Gladiator 42; Gladiator 76; and Canados 971 Coliseum. The Canados team and designers Gatto and Marco Casali, who designed all three models, will hold a press conference on 7th September to reveal the designs.

For more information, visit Canados.

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