Introduced at 2016 Cannes Yachting Festival as project 777, the new Canados 808 Maximus is almost finished and will be launched in July.
The first unit of Canados 808 Maximus has been sold and will be based in Palma de Mallorca. The stepped hull is getting out of the mold and will be coupled to deck and superstructure, which have already been built. Lamination of the latter is in Kevlar/Aramat, so to reduce the weight and lower the center of gravity.
Canados 808 Maximus: 30 meters into 24
This Canados 808 Maximus will be powered by twin V12 MAN 1900 HP with V-Drive transmissions, for a cruising speed of 25 knots and a top one of 30.
Like it’s customary for the shipyard, interiors will be tailored to owner’s needs. Two layouts for the flybridge and three for the interiors are available.
A first solution features two master suites, one on the main deck and one on the owner deck, where there’s space for another two double cabins. This is the case of hull number one of Canados 808 Maximus. The second option replaces the lower suite with a VIP room. A third layout offers five cabins, with the owner’s still on the main deck and another four on the lower deck.
Designer Marco Casali was asked to take on a yacht of 24.60 meters (CE length of 23.10 meters), all the comforts normally found on yachts of over 30 meters. So, the entire stern area of Canados 808 Maximus was revisited: the large hydraulic gangway is installed in a central position and can also be adapted to a wheelchair. As a result, the classic sofa has been replaced by two terraces. These are partially suspended above the swim platform (which also acts as tender lift), thus ensuring a greater liveable space on the deck. The classic salon sliding door has been replaced by a glazed veranda with two panels which rotate 180 degrees. Here is the dining area which can become an integral part of the interior as the exterior by simply turning the glass panels.
Canados 808 Maximus has lateral walkways wide enough to allow to move comfortably even when the two pantograph side doors are left open. The bow features a wide integrated lounge and is protected by micro-perforated tents, while abaft the couch three glass panels in the superstructure give light to the cabin. Forward of the lounge is the large fore solarium with another skylight which overlies the master bathroom.
The main saloon has two facing sofas, with the table moved to stern. A configuration that provides a central passage and a perfect symmetry, and also allows the installation of a 60” LCD TV. Moving towards the bow, the galley is accessible from the living room and the exterior walkway, so as to facilitate the work of the crew, who has the chance to move on board along different paths. Access to the crew quarters is in the back cockpit, so, while guests enjoy the bow area when at anchor, the crew can access their area without interfering. A watertight door gives direct access to the engine room.
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