January 12, 2018

New Model: Canados 808 Maximus

Designed by Rome based Marco Casali and born as project 777 in early 2016 and then evolving into the Canados 808 Maximus before its launch, the new super yacht impresses for a lot of innovative features and clever intuitive thinking.  Marco Casali instructions where pretty clear that the new Canados 808 Maximus had to retain the modern-classic DNA of the seventy plus years old Cantieri Navali di Ostia shipyard while introducing new solutions to offer all the amenities and usage plan of a thirty meter super yacht in 24. In short, Casali was requested to incorporate all the amenities and comfort usually found on-board much larger yachts over 24 meters in length.  Yachts of this size are only available in four cabin versions. Their layout always calls for a lower deck master cabin at midships, to the vicinity of the engine room and a noisier environment.  The Canados 808 Maximus changes all this, offering a main deck owner suite, far from the engine room, while its full beam lower deck VIP suite offers volume to that of the best master stateroom found in competitive sized yachts, thanks to a six meter plus of beam.  Where the 808 Maximus is even more unique is in the fact she is also available in a five cabin version, making it the only yacht in this size offering such capacity. A bonus factor for those who want there yacht to operate for charter. The first Canados 808 Maximus launched is powered by twin Man 1900hp offering a cruising speed of 25 knots and a 30 knots maximum.
Technical Data:
LOA - 24.85 m (81.5ft)
Hull Length - 23.25 m
Beam - 6.25 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 66000 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 6600 l
Water Capacity - 1200 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, or ten berths in five cabins, three crew in two cabins, or one crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Man 1550hp, 1900hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 30 knots max 25 knots cruiser with Man 1900hp
Project - Marco Casali exterior and interior, engineering Marco Seri and Canados Technical Team