The foiling superyacht hit the water at the Jakobstad-based yard for the first time yesterday, which follows on from the launch of the Baltic 112 sailing yacht Liara which was launched last week.
Farr Yacht Design worked in collaboration with Gurit to style the exterior and produce the naval architecture of the superyacht, while Lucio Micheletti teamed up with Baltic Yachts to design her interior.
Infiniti Yachts developed the yacht's foil in order to increase stability when travelling at higher speeds.
Canova boasts an impressive use of technology, its Dynamic Stability System (DSS). Despite other yachts using this technology previously, no other yard has incorporated the technology into a vessel this large.
Twin generators and a lithium ion battery bank have also been fitted enabling the yacht to run for long periods of time in ‘quiet’ ship mode. Baltic 142 is estimated to reach a maximum speed of 25 knots in flat water, with 25 knots of wind.
Canova will be able to accommodate up to eight guests across four cabins. A Bimini hardtop will elongate to cover the cockpit, presenting a shaded al fresco area of relaxation.