OCULUS Oceanfast | From US$ 95,000/wk

Large 39m motor yacht with excellent spaces and elegant design
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OCULUS Oceanfast | From US$ 95,000 /wk

Motor yacht OCULUS (Perseverance II, Mercedes II) is a 39.01m (128') luxury charter yacht which was built by Oceanfast in 1996 with interior design by Sam Sorgiovanni and naval architecture by Phil Curran. She was refitted in 2020 and offers luxurious, elegant and inviting modern decor and accommodation for up to 10 guests in 5 stateroom, as well as further cabins for the permanent and professional crew of 7.

NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ elegant modern design ~ staterooms with ensuite bathrooms ~ on deck master stateroom ~ VIP stateroom aboave the main saloon ~ great dining areas ~ alfresco dining ~ on deck Jacuzzi ~ gym equipment ~ WiFi ~ air-conditioning

Her main deck salon features floor to ceiling windows. This gives unobstructed views of the outside and her large aft deck provides the ideal spot for al fresco dining, while the wrap around lounge is the perfect spot to layback and catch up on your reading.

The motor yacht’s sky lounge also provides generous exterior views of the ocean whilst creating another wonderful area for relaxing or entertaining.

She boasts timeless styling and interior layout from the desk of Jon Bannenburg and her exterior deck, on the sky lounge level, boasts a terrific new multi level bar. The bar has all the amenities for serving up the finest island drinks under a unique louvered overhead, which offers protection from the elements or lets the sun shine through, depending on your mood.

OCULUS Specifications

Type/Year:Oceanfast/1996 
Refit:2020 
Beam:8.23m (27') 
L.O.A.:39.01m (128') 
Crew:7 
Guests:10 
Max Speed:13 knots 
Cabins:5 
Engines:2x396 MTU Detroit diesels 
Cruise Speed:10 knots 

The foredeck is a playground for those lucky enough to cruise aboard - from the huge sun pads and seating groups to her 6 person Spa Pool spa pool, this area has all the luxuries.

Oculus is a well equipped charter yacht which is ideal for a yachting vacation like no other.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

~ On deck Master Stateroom with King bed ~ VIP Stateroom with Queen bed (above main salon) ~ one double and two twins, once of which is convertible into a double

Charter Amenities and Extras

Tenders & Toys: ~ 37′ Axoper Sun Top (2020) ~ 12′ Infatable Tender RIB ~ 3 Seadoo Spark Jetskis ~ Water slide ~ Rock climbing wall ~ 30′ swimming pool ~ Snuba scuba diving forced air system ~ Snorkeling gear ~ Spear fishing gear ~ Kite surfing gear for low/high wind ~ Hydrofoil ~ Wake board ~ Waterskis ~ Tube ~ Surfboards ~ 4 Inflatable Paddleboards ~ 1 Giant 7 person Inflatable Paddleboard ~ Full set of fishing equipment

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US$ 95,000 - 120,000/wk
US$ 95,000/wk

'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.

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