Within the next several days, the latest launch in Oceanfast’s semicustom megayacht series will be completed. The images here should give you a good idea of what the Oceanfast 48, as the series is called, will look like.
At 48 meters (157’5”) overall and a beam of 9.1 meters (29’9”), the Oceanfast 48 was created to capitalize on the desire in some circles for lower overall operating costs and practical features. Twin MTU 2000 M72s push her to a reported 16-knot top speed and 12-knot cruising speed, for example, permitting a 4,000-nautical-mile range at the latter pace. But there are also certain touches that the owner and 10 guests may find evoke those of larger yachts, like the eight-meter-wide (26-foot-wide) main saloon. It “brings an owner to the water’s edge, creating the volume normally only found in much longer yachts,” according to Richard Williams, sales and marketing manager for Oceanfast.
If you’d like to get a closer look at the Oceanfast 48, the yacht is available for sale through Burgess’ London office, with an asking price of AUS$32 million (about €18.5 million, or $26.4 million). In the meantime, Oceanfast continues work on a 60-meter (196’9”) series.
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