OCEA Shipyard, located in Les Sables d’Olonne on the French Atlantic Coast and builder of the OCEA Commuter and OCEA Classic Yacht Series, launched an OCEA Classic 72 named motor yacht ALDABRA in March.
Traditional to the design brief of all OCEA Yachts, the Classic 72 motor yacht ALDABRA is designed for extended cruises to the most secluded places. Her hull has been reinforced for ice navigation. She features naval architecture by Joubert/Nivelt. Her Aluminium hull measures 22.65 m with a beam of 6.45 m.
The classic 72 yacht ALDABRA has twin Cummins QSL 9.0 rating HD 330 mhp engines propelling her to a maximum speed of 12 knots with a cruising speed of 9 knots and a range of 3 800 nm @ cruising speed.
The main characteristics of yacht ALDABRA are:
Naval architect: Joubert/Nivelt
Length overall: 22.65 m
Beam: 6.45 m
Max draft: 1.85 m
Displacement: 85 tons
Max speed: 12.0 kts
Cruising speed: 9.0 kts
Range: 3 800 nm @ 9.0 kts
Engines: 2 x Cummins QSL 9.0 rating HD 330 mhp
Fuel capacity: 18 000 lts
Fresh water capacity: 2 000 lts
Certification: CE – category A
1 Owner’s stateroom
2 Guests staterooms
Crew quarters for 2
The ALDABRA yacht will leave Les Sables d’Olonne in April for the Mediterranean Sea.
The next OCEA yacht to be launched this spring is an OCEA Commuter 155 motor yacht. The OCEA Commuter 155 yacht is a true ocean going vessel. The Owners quarters are located on the main deck.
She has a maximum speed of 18.0 knots, and a range of 4 500 nautical miles at 10 knots. Accommodation for 10 guests in 5 staterooms.
The OCEA Commuter 155 motor yacht is designed by the naval architect office Joubert-Nivelt and has distinctive design features are a spacious saloon located behind the bridge and surrounded by full height windows, a panoramic gymnasium on the upper deck, a helicopter platform, and a yacht ice notation.