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Motoring / Yachts

Oceanic Yacht 76 GT: New Delivery

Simple and sleek is the name of the game for the newly delivered Oceanic Yacht 76 GT.

Aug 15, 2016 | By Vimi Haridasan

In a span of five short months, Canados has not only built but also delivered its very first Oceanic Yacht 76 GT. What makes this time span so impressive is the fact that the yacht manufacturer stuck to the contractual delivery date despite the changes made by the client.

The 23-meter yacht is Rome-based manufacturer’s new entry-level model of Fast Expedition vessels. Thanks to a ‘displaning’ stepped hull, the yacht is able to provide comfort to its passengers at low speeds and even at 26 to 30 knots. The expansive outdoor space is also another positive design element of the yacht. Available in three or four cabin versions, owners can customise the borderline superyacht to their varying needs. To cater further to their desires, Canados even provides the option of two different main decks: a fully enclosed galley to the front or an American styled galley aft.

For the interior, the superyacht is fitted with two pantographic doors in the wide body wheelhouse as well as continuous lateral glass panels that fill the main deck with natural light. This gives guests the option of enjoying the view or some privacy as the crew runs the boat. Like other Canados creations, the lower deck is fitted with horizontal portholes that allows for more natural light to fill the space.

Apart from the many spaces where guests can relax, the Oceanic Yacht 76 is also able to hold three tenders within the tender garage as well as a four-meter tender on the swimming platform.

To learn more about the Oceanic Yacht 76 GT, visit Canados.

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