Oasis 135 Benetti
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The Benetti Oasis 135’ series was created in collaboration with British designer RWD and makes use of open-plan interiors for an attractive vessel for active Owners desiring a laid-back ambiance on board. Constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, she is designed to provide excellent seaworthiness and sleeps up to 12 guests while cruising.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF BENETTI OASIS 135’: ~Massive sunbathing area on the main deck aft ~Smart and casual appearance ~Designed for active groups ~Highly respected shipyard and designer ~Master suite bulwark opens up to the sea ~Air conditioning ~Wi-fi
The main deck aft provides a sizeable sunbathing space that is further increased when the bulwark sides are lowered. A close connection to the sea is achieved with seating close to the stern, sun loungers around the edge and a double-sized sunpad forward of the sunken Jacuzzi. Beneath the shade provided by the upper deck overhang gentle steps lead up to the doors to the main salon and there is room for a port-side bar.
The sheltered upper deck is divided equally between lounging and alfresco dining, placing a grand table starboard with chairs to seat up to 12 guests and to port an L-shaped lounge following the shape of the balustrades.
The sundeck layout has been left open to Owner customisation, with the central area shaded by a hardtop, a double sunpad placed forward and the aft section ready for sun loungers.
As an alternative sunbathing spot the foredeck in front of the bridge is fitted with two L-shaped settees around drinks tables. In front, two double sunpads receive all-day sunlight and panoramic views of the location.
The majority of the guest accommodation is placed upon the lower deck along with the crew accommodation.
The main salon uses full-height windos and curving glass sliding doors to the aft to give the interior the feel of a winter garden. Within, the lounge seating curves around a central circular coffee table and a wet bar with stools is placed against the aft wall, leaving plenty of room for guests and crew to move about the room.
Oasis 135 Specifications
|Locations:||Monaco, Sardinia, Tonga, Bonifacio, Carian Coast, Egypt, Northern Europe, Tuscany|
The full-beam forward Master suite with comfortable additional seating benefits from large windows on the main deck, the top half of which can be opened outwards for fresh air and the atmospheric sounds of the surroundings. The en-suite bathroom contains a large bathtub alongside a walk-in wardrobe, all elegantly decorated in high quality woods and marbles with gentle lighting within the shelving for a relaxing mood.
The bridge on the upper deck forward allows guests to watch the action from the corner sofa, while behind the sophisticated skylounge allows guests to break into smaller groups during the day to pursue personal interests. Floor-to-ceiling windows allows the natural light to pour through while the glass sliding doors can be opened wide for a seamless connection with the upper deck aft alfresco dining area.
The accommodation is designed to sleep up to 12 guests.
Amenities and Extras
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Positive Customer Review: "One of the most memorable parts for me was the launch. I went with my wife, and Benetti had a Roman Catholic priest bless the yacht. It was very beautiful with all the Italian music and then the British national anthem, and it was all very unexpected. I thought I was just going to be putting the boat in the water, but in fact it turned into a very emotional day!" - Owner of a Benetti called motor yacht 11:11