Italian shipyard Canados has shared details of its forthcoming 888 Evo yacht, which is due to go public at next month’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
The 27m is an in-house design, and successor to the popular Canados 86 which has a series of 46 hulls to date. Currently under construction in Ostia, she is manufactured from an Aramat/Kevlar hull and superstructure with a 6.4m beam and a maximum draught of 2m.
Her key upgrades include redesigned portholes, floor-to-ceiling windows, a foredeck lounge and aft-facing cockpit sofa, which offers great views out thanks to a low transom profile.
The 888 Evo’s interiors are customisable to her owner’s wishes, with a wide range of wood, marble and Poltrona Frau leather available to choose from.
Hull number one features white china lacquer, Strato Olympico marble, high-gloss ebony and American walnut woodwork. Accommodation is offered for up to eight guests and three crew.
She also features a four-metre tender garage, hardtop bimini and Seakeeper gyroscopic stabiliser system for a smooth cruising experience. She is powered by twin Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines that allow for a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising range of 380nm at 28 knots drawing from her total fuel capacity of 9,000 litres.
The first Canados 8o8 Maximus is also currently under development at the shipyard, ready for her unveiling at the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival.
For more information, visit Canados.