NOT ALL YACHTS ARE BORN EQUAL!
Not all yachts are born equal. Most are simply engineered to allow movement between marinas and for occasional enjoyment at sea. At Canados however, with over 70 years experience in manufacturing the finest custom yachts they have been driven to rethink this basic perception. The result? The new 120’ Caesar.
The Canados 120’ Caesar truly represents a new experience in yachting where every parameter of an owner’s expectations has been considered and addressed. The primary defining aspect of the 120’ Caesar is the constant interaction between the ocean and those onboard. To achieve this, no detail has been overlooked. The oversized bathing platform, under-sole storage for your personal watercraft, plus the 4.30m tender’s garage that transforms into a teak paneled beach club (complete with shower and day-head) all contribute to optimising on-water activities. Oversized saloon glass windows offer permanent visual contact with the sea.
The 120’ has been created by a dedicated team of yacht builders in collaboration with a panel of yacht owners, each of whom fully understand what is required from a yacht of this size. Every single detail, piece of equipment and shape has been drawn to optimize form and functionality. From deck space, terraces and the carbon fiber hardtop opening system, to oversized portholes… you name it, it is included.
The number of innovations created to enhance enjoyment are simply too many to list. It is an open secret within the yachting industry that Canados is one of the few builders to manufacture its own interiors. That our craftsmen are the best is not disputed either. Each Canados is bespoke, fashioned according to our client’s tastes. Working alongside our clients, or their designers, we realize their dream interior, crafting custom furniture or sourcing loose furniture from luxury brands. One thing is sure, whether your interior choice is classical or contemporary, during the day or night it will provide the perfect environment to appreciate the coastline slipping by the side picture windows. While certainly a stunning yacht, the Canados 120’ is also a true ocean going vessel. Pleasure and practicality have been seamlessly merged to ensure your pleasure and safety is effortlessly achieved. Internationally renowned Boffi Kitchen manufactures the galleys to our own design, while companionways and passages all offer secure circulation around the yacht even when underway. For added aesthetic appeal and purity of the yacht’s profile, all life rafts are concealed in quick release storage lockers.
The focus on interaction of guests with the ocean was not paid lip service by our in-house engineers; they created jaw-dropping results through a series of unique technical innovations including floor to ceiling main deck side glass walls and optional terraces featuring pop-up security guardrails to optimize the views afforded by its hydraulic gull wing doors and wrap around windows. The raised pilothouse is equipped with the latest state-of-theart navigation, communication and monitoring systems, allowing the crew total control over the entire yacht from a single position. Distinctly athletic in her design and aesthetic appeal, the 120’ Caesar is an elegant and efficient performer.
Her twin MTU 16V 2000 M94L engines developing 2,600hp, allow her to cruise effortlessly at 24-knots and achieve a top speed of 27-knots. Faster yachts may exist, but surely not with such a power to performance ratio. No other yacht that size possesses the 120’ Caesar’s level of comfort and level of performance for commensurate power.
Thanks to a carefully studied noise management plan, silent cruising reminds you your yacht proudly displays a Canados badge. At 22-knots the engines are inaudible on the flybridge, and all over the main deck. While cruising, one can comfortably enjoy lunch in the dining room or watch a movie in the main saloon.
The first 120'Caesar to be created a fully-custom 37 metre yacht, will now begin sea trials ahead of her delivery in a few weeks' time spending the summer season cruising the waters of Southern Italy before debuting at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.