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Yacht Oxyzen - AB Yachts 140
Motor yacht OxyZen is an AB Yachts 140 which was built by AB Yachts and launched in Italy. Luxury yacht OxyZen has streamlined and aerodynamic external lines and 35 knots of cruising speed to back it up. Her subtle modern interior is impressive and she can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in one master cabin, one VIP & two further twin cabins. Superyacht OxyZen has a professional crew.
From Ab Yachts, the boat's maker: "Step into the salon on M/Y Oxyzen and you’ll find that it’s all that you expected. Interin Srl designed interiors are just right for a boat that uses futuristic solutions to amaze as well as to accommodate guests in the greatest possible comfort. Modern design, cutting-edge materials and carefully crafted structures are what make OxyZen a unique, exclusive object.
The furniture onboard motor yacht Oxyzen is made from ultra-light composite materials, and assembled using structural adhesives. The flooring of the lower deck is in composite material, supported by elastic elements. The staterooms are sound-proofed with a double bulkhead (filled with sound-absorbing material) both astern, between the main staterooms and the engine room, and forward of the main staterooms towards the crew’s quarters. Three external entrances lead into the salon: the semi-circular, stainless-steel and layered glass main door retracts fully into the boat’s bulwarks.
Two more pantographic doors are positioned on the topside near the wheelhouse. The ceiling is made from painted wooden staves, and may be partially opened by an electro-hydraulic system. The plafond around the ceiling is veneered in the same wood as the furniture and has inset lights. The floor is made with natural leather tiles with polished steel listels.
The salon’s living room and dining areas are separated from each other by the wheelhouse, which is slightly raised and in the centre. The salon has an air-conditioning system that is independent from that of the lower deck.
The bridge consists of a dashboard pressed in composite and finished with instrument panels in carbon with serigraphs. A special support unit on the bridge holds three separate seats, upholstered in leather.
On the starboard side a staircase leads down to the lower deck, with steps and risers in wood and wood-veneered walls. The steps have courtesy-lights built-in. On the left is a chart table.
The full-beam master stateroom on yacht Oxyzen is positioned aft of the lower deck and ahead of the engine room. The walls and doors are panelled in wood and the ceiling has fabric-upholstered staves with a wooden plafond matching the walls, inset spotlights, and no-neon lighting around the perimeter of the plafond. The double bed is in wood and is lit all around its base perimeter. It stands in the centre of the cabin and has an eye-catching headboard with vertical strips upholstered in fabric and lit with a no-neon system. On one side there is a fabric-upholstered coach and linen cabinets, on the other side is a writing desk. The cabin receives daylight through the two large elliptical portholes that stand out on the topside. Like all the cabins on this yacht, the master stateroom has its own independent airconditioning system.
The yacht's hull has been carefully insulated from the other internal structures, which are made from aeronautical materials and honeycomb structures. This means that the OxyZen can sail at 46 knots with just 72 db of noise in the cabins; this drops to below 50 db when the speed is around 30 knots. We are very pleased with this result, and more importantly, so is the Owner”.
“Our aim was to create a 42-metre boat with the same features of the other, smaller AB models. Nothing has been left to chance”, Arnaboldi explains. “The hull is the result of a painstaking hydrodynamic project on the bottom, carried out at the research institute in St. Petersburg, Russia. This is the only centre with a 900-metre tank where 1:5 scale models can be tested. This allowed us to test the bottom’s seaworthiness even with the worst beam waves. The final result is a very stable hull. It doesn’t even need anti-roll stabilizers.
The hull, deck and superstructure are made in laminated sandwich pre-impregnated with vinyl ester epoxy-base resin, strengthened with uni-directional fibres from Kevlar, Carbon and Divinycell sandwich. All of the material is vacuum consolidated. All of the main tanks for both diesel and water are structural, therefore part of the hull structure. In other words, they add strength rather than being a burden on the structures. Every aspect of this boat has been designed for speed allied to maximum safety and cruising comfort."
Superyacht OxyZen's accommodations provide room for 10 in 5 cabins. She has: - One master cabin
One VIP cabin
Two twin cabins with Pullman berth
All with ensuite facilities
|Type/Year:||AB Yachts 140/2007
||Beam:||8.00m (26' 2")
|L.O.A.:||42.67m (139' 11")
||Max Speed:||41 knots
||Engines:||Engines: 3 x 2400 MTU Gen
|Cruise Speed:||35 knots
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|Builder/Designer:||George Vafiadis, Ab Yachts
Amenities and Extras
Motor yacht Superyacht OxyZen has the following Tenders & Toys: -
Her Tender is a 6.50m Novurania with Volvo Penta 150 hp,
Tender 3.20m Williams with Yamaha 95hp
Fishing & Snorkeling equipment,
Running & elliptical machine,
GSM Tel & Fax,
Sat Tel & Fax,
Audio Visual Equipment and Deck, Facilities,
Home theatre System in all cabins, saloon and dining area,
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