|Dimensions||33m00 x 7m00|
|Power||2 x 2450 hp|
|Price||65 000 € HT / Week|
|Airconditioning (reverse cycle) in cabins|
|Foredeck sunbed cushions|
|Electro-hydraulic telescopic gangway|
|Cabin with large double bed
|Cabin with twin single berths
|Toilet compartment with shower
|Water skis equipment|
|Details||We know at a glance that it is a Canados by the presence of stylistic elements that are somewhat repeated, like a fingerprint, especially with regard to the design of the flying bridge and roll-bar. The former offers plenty of outdoor space for relaxation and also houses a tender of a size suited also to charter requirements. The tender is handled by means of well dimensioned davits harmoniously set in the aesthetic context of the whole. On the same deck there is the open air command bridge, an outdoor peninsula bar, a table and some sofas. On board the Canados 110 lovers of outdoor relaxation will certainly find everything they're looking for : in fact the superstructure of the bow area houses a large size sundeck with another of the same size above it, protected by a low profile safety rail in stainless steel. As for the interiors, the generous superstructure houses a really very big saloon, divided into two areas that are well distinct but created with the sense of continuity : one is the sofa area and the other for formal meals. The owner's cabin is in the forward part of the main deck and therefore exploits the whole width of the structure and enjoys a truly extraordinary view from the perimeter windows. This cabin is reached from the dining area by a corridor on the starboard side which also gives access to the owner's bathroom. Another corridor on the port side gives access from the dining area to a daytime galley and the companionway down to the crew's quarters and bathrooms on the lower deck. There are three cabins for the crew, two doubles and a single for the skipper. The guest accommodation consists of 3 spacious cabin amidships on the lower deck, and one cabins with twin beds. Each of these cabins has a private bathroom and independent access. Contact Florent Biche Tél : +33 4 93 49 99 66 GSM : +33 6 75 69 72 17 Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
The above details are given in good faith. They do not form part of any offer or contract. Boat available subject to remaining available.
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