Ocean Paradise Yacht Review

At 55m (180ft 4) in length Ocean Paradise is a contemporary, fresh and original ...

Ocean Paradise

At 55m (180ft 4) in length Ocean Paradise is a contemporary, fresh and original superyacht built by Benetti, featuring six cabin for up to twelve guests. The interior design was created by Mauro Izzo and boasts Asian influenced décor with many of the materials coming from Italy. These beautiful touches set Ocean Paradise apart from other vessels of similar size. She is also one of the most exciting superyachts around, with her bold, sleek profile, curved lines and futuristic feel. She is a truly spectacular vessel with her Italian elegance and Asian atmosphere.
Ocean Paradise aerial view running

Stunning furnishings and decor

The main aft deck has a modern cockpit and lots of space. Ssplendid views can be enjoyed while relaxing on the large U-shaped sofa or a large pouf. The teak deck contrasts beautifully with colourful upholstery giving the entire area a home-away-from-home feel. The entrance to the interior living spaces has black, high-gloss walls with sliding glass doors providing a sense of openness. All of the furnishings and décor have been created with the comfort of guests in mind.
main deck exterior area aft
With an amazing range of colours, textures and shapes, the living spaces can only be described as luxurious, extravagant and subtle. A curved sofa, which is the centrepiece of the main saloon, goes perfectly with the white textured wall panels. In addition, the brushed bleached white oak floor gives off a warm feel underfoot. Burgundy carpets and cushions compliment the furnishings offering a linear, welcoming design.
main aft deck relaxing area
The main saloon has an open plan arrangement where glass and light wood provide a sociable and versatile option. There’s a large lounge aft and formal dining area fore that have full-length windows allowing lots of natural light to float in. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets offer privacy which is a unique design that doesn’t make this particular space too enclosed. Bulwarks were lowered in height here so guests can enjoy spectacular views when reclining on the comfortable sofa.
looking inside the main saloon
A dining area is separated from the lounge with contrasting flooring of high-gloss natural stone as well as inlaid framing. The dining table is glossy and surrounded by 12 soft cream fabric covered chairs. Noticie the centrepiece of this room: It has a magnificent light that is fitted with three rows of twelve round lights - fantastic! This illuminates the area really well while RGB LED lighting provides dashes of every colour there is right through the saloon.
Next is the main foyer where guests are surrounded by the impressive style found throughout Ocean Paradise. The twisting, staircase which is encased in glass is certainly a focal point to be admired. There is also a Zen garden that is modern, soothing and fuses delightfully with the materials and natural elements situated here. 

Spectacular cabins and suites

The foyer goes straight into the entrance which in turn flows into the full-beam master suite. There is a monochrome colour scheme here brought alive with a variety of textures and interesting designs. How about the enormous king-size bed? It has LED lighting framing it and by pressing a button, you can change the colours to suit the mood you are in.
Bedside mirrors are floor-to-ceiling in size with an integrated lighting element. There’s also additional lighting along the ceilings and floors which create a romantic atmosphere. Carpeting will probably remind you of alabaster sand beaches making this room feel like a secluded retreat. Thanks to hidden supports and LED strip lighting around the perimeter, there’s also a floating effect – just what you want when at sea!
ensuite bathroom in the master suite
The private master balcony on the starboard side offers column-shaped windows. This is a fabulous area to have breakfast in the fresh air or relax on a comfortable sun lounger for a few hours. This balcony is just the place to sit in the evening especially when the sun goes down if you have a glass of champers in your hand.
VIP suite
The master suite is separated from the full-beam en suite bathroom by a glass wall. The en suite contains a central shower cove, separate toilet area and a spacious dressing room. There is also plenty of storage as well as a large stone tub set in black rocks, ideal for relaxing in. This heavenly bathroom also has smooth white marble elements with black marble flooring that goes so well with the sleeping area.


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