Reaching speeds more than 50 knots with a 29,22-meter/96’ luxury yacht is not easy task, especially when reliability is an essential factor. The Gladiator 961 Speed does it Engines are coupled to JDM® Surface Drives and performances are on average 10 knots faster than any of our closest. Despite the numerous constraints linked to performances, Canados’ engineers prioritized comfort and ease of moving onboard, inside, and outside. The large transom sun pad hides a 3,80-meter jet tender. The aft deck offers a lounge area for 12 people with direct access to a wet bar with grill, ice maker and fridge. The foredeck is coming with a lounge with two gigantic sofas and an ergonomic sun pad. The fly-bridge, commonly called a sport-fly, is, here too, bare none the largest in the category and the only one offering a true wind protection when underway. Onboard a Canados build yacht, safety is always a priority. This is particularly felt with the height of side bulwarks. The main deck interior is designed with two face-to-face sofas with full height side windows offering unobstructed views of the water. Further fore, the round dining table is separated from the wheelhouse by a floor to ceiling totem equipped with a mirror TV wall. The helmsman will be seated in the exact center line for a better feel of the boat at high speed. The lower deck cabins access stairwell is located to port of the wheelhouse while, to starboard side, is the automatic side deck access door to the passageway. An independent stairwell aft leads to the Boffi® galley, crew quarters for four and to the engine room access. Down below, the boat is offered either with three cabins and a home cinema or four cabins. Therefore, the boat is equipped with electronic assistances such as a maneuvering joystick coupled to transmissions, bow and stern thrusters, as well as 360-degree cameras. And this is also where, the CE homologation of the Gladiator 961 Speed under 24-meter has an important impact. Interiors are the work of Cristiano Gatto.