Lazzara Ombres Architects have announced their latest concept, the tri-deck motorised catamaran OASIS 80 which measures 24m/79ft and is designed with an aluminium hull and superstructure by architects Joe Lazzara and Ian Ombres. Although designed as a catamaran, OASIS 80 would have a full-beam lower deck for the storage of water toys and tenders as well as a full-beam Master suite with side terraces.
Current layouts show a 88m²/950ft² tender garage and beach club able to hold either a single 8.5m/28ft tender and four jet skis or two 8.5m tenders. The garage space would also be able to store a Jetlev Flyer, four Seabobs and four paddleboards. An optional ‘FunAir package’ would also see the inclusion of an in-built compressor and removable Davit for quick set-up and removal of an inflatable climbing wall and top deck slide.
The open-plan main deck interior would place the helm station forward and starboard with the port side occupied by a grand formal dining area and a staircase to the sundeck separating the two areas. The central section would have a drinks and games table bedside the port sliding doors to the wrap-around walk-way, and beside the starboard sliding doors would be seating and a coffee table with a corner bar. A breakfast bar with adjoining C-shaped lounge would enjoy the aft-facing views through the final pair of glass sliding doors.
Out on the main deck aft, two double-sized sunpads would be integrated into the rear with a staircase on either side connection to the beach club below. The foredeck would be fitted with two generous L-shaped sofas around a large alfresco table perfect for relaxing and taking in the views.
The final guest area would be the sundeck, where a double-sized sunpad is placed on either side of the staircase into the main salon. Underneath the hardtop is a grand alfresco dining area, a helm station and two corner sofas. The uncovered aft section contains a Jacuzzi sandwiched between two sunpads and a swim-up bar to the rear.
The OASIS 80 accommodates up to 10 guests over five cabins, which would include a full-beam Master suite with fold-down balconies on either side, two double cabins and two twin cabins. The crew of five would be accommodated over two cabins.
More details about the project will be revealed at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) 2018, running from the 31st of October to the 4th of November.