Canados is a few weeks from delivering the second unit in its Canados 120 megayacht series. While the name hasn’t been revealed, the yacht bears the same 118’8” (36.2-meter) LOA and 23’8” (7.25-meter) beam as the first launch.
As you may recall from our coverage of that first launch, Far Away, the Canados 120 is a flying-bridge-equipped series further featuring four fold-down balconies—two off the dining area and two in the master suite. The series is also engineered for speed, reportedly capable of cruising at 23 knots and topping out at 27 knots with twin MTUs. That limits the best-cruise range, to just 500 nautical miles according to Canados, but most clients attracted to the Canados 120 megayacht will prefer harbor hopping. They’ll also enjoy poking into relatively shallow waters, given the 7’4” (2.25-meter) draft.
Since Canados allows clients to customize the interiors, the owner of the second Canados 120 requested predominantly white-lacquered wood, though it’s paired with warm-toned canaletto walnut for furnishings, soles, and more. Cristiano Gatto Design was tapped to execute the look, carried from the three guest staterooms below decks, including the VIP shown here, to the combination saloon and dining area on the main deck. Overall the look is clean-lined and contemporary.
Canados also allows buyers to arrange the flying bridge. This owner opted for a traditional setup: sunning aft, dining amidships, followed by seating and the helm fully forward.
During day trips, the owner of this Canados 120 can take advantage of a teak-lined beach club. There’s a handy day head and shower just inside for him and his guests, and for the five crewmembers, there’s access to the engine room. As you’d expect, their staterooms are below decks near this workspace; the galley is below decks, too.