January 24 2022
24 Jan 2022
Canados has revealed for the first time the renderings for the Oceanic 100 Shadow, which is currently under construction and scheduled for delivery in 2023.
Oceanic 100 Shadow has a length of 30.48-metres and is shaped with a heavy bow and a large deck area to aft – designed to host a seven meter tender. According to a recent announcement, the Oceanic 100 Shadow will also carry four PWCs, 8 Seabobs, a five meter tender and more.
With an interior volume of 170 GT, the Oceanic 100 Shadow will be able to accommodate up to six guests, alongside her four crew members. Cristiano Gatto Design headed her interior design and fitted her with a contemporary saloon and dining area. Oceanic 100 Shadow will have three staterooms: a full-beam master suite, a VIP stateroom and a guest suite. Another of her key features is the wheelhouse, which spans the full beam and is fitted with reversed windshields.
Oceanic 100 Shadow will be a fully GRP build and capable of reaching speeds of 25 knots. Her cruising speed is expected to be around 20 knots.
©️ By Alexander Griffiths / SuperyachtTimes