Canados has unveiled a new line of superyachts, the Oceanic SUV series. This new line of planning hull yachts merge the characteristics of a support vessel, to those of a luxury superyacht. Performance, reliability, attention to detail, and high level of customisation were some of the key ingredients for the development of this new line.
With the superstructure moved forward onto a composite hull, the designers managed to create large open aft decks, which will offer extra privacy while in port. Both the sundeck and the upper deck were left open to allow for large open spaces.
The SUV project was specifically designed to accommodate a wide variety of toys on board, such as a large tender, jet-skis, sea bobs, and sailing boats, either on the main deck or in the lower-deck garage.
The first two models in the new SUV series are the SUV 90, with a raised pilot house, CE registration below 24 metres and two 1925 hp Caterpillar engines, and the SUV 135, a trideck, with three different engine versions. Clients can choose from two 1925 hp Caterpillars, two massive 4,243 bhp MTU’s or a hybrid solution.
The first SUVs will be delivered in the first quarter of 2014, under a new brand, Oceanic Yachts by Canados.