FrontRunners: Oh Canados

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    At 120 feet, the semicustom Canados 120 (www.canados.com) is the largest yacht from the 60-plus-year-old Italian shipyard. Canados delivered the first example last year to a Russian owner who christened it Far Away. The yacht has a nearly 650-square-foot flybridge and three decks, and it sleeps eight guests in four cabins, including two master suites. Far Away’s interior, designed by Italy’s Francesco Paszkowski Design, features oak floors and walls, gray suede, and light-colored marble throughout. The belowdecks configurations for the 120 model can include a library, office space, fireplaces, and multiple master suites. Drop-down balconies and a beach deck at the stern are among the exterior options.

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