Rome-based shipyard Canados has released a first look at its 43-metre Oceanic 140 expedition-style superyacht since construction began in 2014 following the project’s commissioning in the same year. The first Oceanic 140 was put on hold during the company’s takeover by current owner, Michel Karsenti who is also behind the Oceanic line of motor yachts.Photo: Canados
The project is in an advanced stage of construction with the hull and first level of the Kevlar/Aramat superstructure already complete. The next stage will include fitting bulkheads and flooring before the final parts of the superstructure can be placed by March 2020.Photo: CanadosPhoto: Canados
The project is being completed on speculation and therefore no propulsion package has been installed yet, giving potential clients to option to choose between either a performance or long-range power plant with top speeds ranging from 18 to 26 knots. Canados claims that the Oceanic 140 can be completed within 16 months of contract signing. Photo: Canados
A Canados 120 model, Ceaser, is also in build at the shipyard which can also be ready for delivery in 2020. More about this project online tomorrow. Photo: Canados
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