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-the art 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 fly bridge, 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. This is how we measure performance at Canados.
Throughout the engineering and production process of the 120’, our engineers have concentrated on creating a sense of fluidity and continuity in every facet. This is not only highlighted by the size of our signature horizontal portholes, but also by the mirror effect of our metallic paint that reflects the water throughout the day. During the design process the collaborators referred to this aspect as ‘the crystal effect’, the sparkling of a cut gem in all states of light and the refraction of the seascape on board.