Brand New 85m Charter Yacht O’Ptasia Delivered

One of the latest additions to the charter market, M/Y O’PTASIA is ready ...

Brand New 85m Charter Yacht O’Ptasia Delivered

June 21, 2018

Written by Maria Korotaeva

One of the latest additions to the charter market, M/Y O’PTASIA is ready for the Mediterranean yacht charters. She has successfully completed her sea trials in the Aegean Sea and has now been delivered. At 85m/278ft O’PTASIA is the largest yacht ever built by Golden Yachts. She was designed by Studio Vafiadis, while N Hellas created her naval architecture.

O’PTASIA rendering – Photo Golden Yachts

Luxury yacht O’PTASIA is available for charter in Greece, Turkey, Sardinia, Corsica and Croatia this summer from EUR€ 800,000 per week plus expenses. She offers fantastic accommodation across 11 staterooms. The owner’s suite is of massive size, measuring 95 square metres and include a study, large wardrobe and en-suite facilities.

Video fo superyacht O’PTASIA on sea trials:

Guests can get together at the formal dining area with seating for 16, to enjoy the gastronomic delights cooked by the professional chef onboard. For those who are into an active lifestyle, there is gymnasium on the bridge deck. Total relaxation is offered at the beach club, which includes the steam room and massage room.


The elevator serves all decks, making easy for the guests to get around spacious living areas spread across four decks. There is a helipad for the easy arrival and take off to explore the best of the world’s best cruising grounds.

Sea trials

There is plenty of room in the central garage to store water toys, a six-metre catamaran, 4.4m Avon RIB and an eight-metre tender.

Powered by two 3,386hp Caterpillar 3516C engines, O’PTASIA can reach a top speed of 16 knots. The stabilisers system provides ultimate comfort to everyone aboard the yacht, while underway and at anchor.


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