Canados, the Italian shipyard that was acquired by Mr. Michel Karsenti in February this year, has launched its first Oceanic 76 GT motor yacht. The Oceanic Yachts 76 fast expedition yacht was completed in a mere five monthsand delivered to her owners this month.
The Oceanic 76 is the smallest and latest addition to the Oceanic range with other models consisting of 95’, 120’ and 140’ versions. As with the larger models, the 76’ is based on a unique ‘Displaning’ hull shape that allows the vessel to comfortably cruise at lower economical speeds, while still able to achieve high planning speeds of over 25 knots depending on the performance package fitted.
The 76 offers impressive outdoor areas both on the sun deck and main deck aft. A social dining area is placed on the foredeck and is also where the two crew members can access their crew cabin from.
The owning couple addressed the Canados workforce during the launch of their yacht:“When we signed the contract, we were convinced that the boat could not be finished bythe promised date, but the Oceanic 76’ GT was really the most desirable boat to us. Today, I can say that we both can’t believe what we see. The respect of the delivery time, the incredible quality in the smallest details is beyond expectations!”
Mr. Karsenti too had a few words of praise for his team during the event: “My true pride is to work with people like you. You’ve been working seven days a week to make a client happy, to deliver a superyacht and this is the true testimony of the shipyard’s philosophy and what makes Canados so unique...”