Canados Yachts plans to make quite an impression at the Cannes Yachting Festival this year with the world debut of three new yachts.
The Italian builder says it will have the 428 Gladiator, 808 Maximus and 888 Evo on display at the show, which runs from September 12-17.
The 428 Gladiator will be the smallest of the world debuts from Canados at 42’9″ LOA. She’s also the smallest boat produced by the builder in the past 30 years.
There are four engine options that can get her to a top hop ranging from 38-55 knots or more. She is designed by Marco Casali.
Unique feature: The entire yacht has no steps from swimming platform to cabin door, making moving around the yacht seamless.
The 808 Maximus is another Marco Casali design and has an LOA of 80’7″, with a beam of 20’5″. She will be launched with twin V12 MAN 1,900 hp engines, which will give her a top speed of 30 knots.
She will be available in 4- or 5-cabin layouts.
Unique feature: It’s not just the owner who gets to enjoy a full-beam suite. Both the owner’s stateroom on the main deck and the VIP stateroom on the lower deck have a spacious full-beam layout.
The 888 Evo is the sister of the Canados 86′, with similar lines and layout. Canados takes pride in her interior design, which includes leather, oak, walnut and marble accents. She has an LOA of 88′, with a beam of 20’9″.
Her layout includes four cabins and a spacious aft deck.
Unique feature: Her standard package includes a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer.