Continuing work on their ongoing Oceanic 140 explorer yacht, Canados has announced that its flagship project is back on track with a new delivery date set for March 2022. The delay has been attributed to the anticipation of a new series of Caterpillar 32B engines - a new Tri-Turbo evolution of its 32 Acert engines not yet released to the public. Photo: Canados
Designed for extended ocean voyages, the project is expected to offer a range of over 6,000 nm at 10 knots. An efficient hull shape optimised in Rome also delivers a top speed of 25 knots while keeping the vessel’s draught as low as 2,1 metres at half load. Photo: Canados
Although this first project is expected to remain in the South of France after completion, the Oceanic 140’s 110 square metre aft deck lends itself perfectly for adventurous owners looking to carry large tenders on deck. This first unit is kitted with an open-plan entertainment area including an infinity pool and outdoor lounge. However, hidden in the hull at the stern will be two electric cars which are launched via an Opacmare Transformer. This space can then be transformed into a waterside beach club.Photo: CanadosPhoto: Canados
The interior of the Oceanic 140 is the design work of Michela Reverberi from Rome who is no stranger to the Canados ecosystem, having worked on the recent Canados 888. Rich materials such as saddle leather, bronze inserts and rosewood panels characterise the interior style and create a contrasting theme throughout the yacht. Photo: CanadosPhoto: Canados
A generous owner’s suite is located on the upper deck that comes complete with a forward terrace and Jacuzzi along with a private aft deck area that leads into the master bedroom.Photo: CanadosPhoto: Canados
On the lower deck, four guest cabins can be found including two large VIP staterooms with a private seating area.