July 23, 2022

New Model: Canados Oceanic 143 Tri-Deck

On June 29, 2022 Canados launched its largest build to date with the innovative and versatile Oceanic 143 Tri-Deck. Introduced in 2013 the Oceanic line has seen the stakes in Canados order book increase, ever since the first 90 model appeared in 2014.  Presented as the Oceanic 140 project in 2014, the hull and main deck of this unit was actually completed in 2018, only for it to continue finishing works in 2020.  The Canados Oceanic 143 Tri-Deck features an interior with five double guests cabins, including an owners floor with two deck terraces.  Crew accommodation is for eight persons in four cabins including a captains cabin.  Innovation is a key aspect to the Oceanic 143 in all areas, from the Displanning hull shape with bulb and two steps, to the three engine set up with the ability to turn the central unit off and running only with the side engines consuming only forty liters per hour.  The Canados Oceanic 143 Tri-Deck is powered by triple 2400hp Cat engines which allow her to reach a top speed up to 24 knots, a fast cruise of 19, and long range ability from sixteen to eighteen knots, and 950 to six thousand nautical miles respectively.  The Canados Oceanic 143 Tri-Deck will have its World debut in September 2022 at the Cannes boat show.
Technical Data:
LOA - 43.45 m (142.7ft)
Waterline Length - 36.9 m
Beam - 8.22 m
Draft - 2.10 m at propellers
Displacement - 225 t unloaded, 270 t loaded, 385 gt volume
Fuel Capacity - 32,000 l
Water Capacity - 4,500 l
Accommodation - ten/ twelve guests in five cabins, eight crew in four cabins
Engines - 3 x Cats C32-B 2400hp
Propulsion - line shafts
Speed - 24 knots max, 19 knots fast cruise, 16 economic, 8 knots long range
Range - 950 nm at sixteen knots, 2250 at twelve knots, 4000 at ten knots, 6000 at eight knots
Hull Shape - Displanning with bulb and twin-step to reduce friction
Construction - Vinilester resin with E-glass, super structure in Kevlar and Aramat
Project - Arrabito hull, Giovanni Senatore - Canados naval architect lines, Michela Reverberi interiot

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