Benetti groups all of its semi-custom series builds under the Class product lines. These series include the Delfino 95, as well as the Fast 125. Those emphasize a comfortable, somewhat relaxed lifestyle on the water. That same concept applies to the Oasis 135. But, Benetti sees younger, more active buyers emerging in the marketplace. Therefore, it wanted to give them something more tailored to their tastes.
In brief, Benetti considers the Oasis 135 a big floating apartment where barriers barely exist between indoor and outdoor areas. At 132’9” (40.5 meters), the Oasis 135 has seamless panes of big glass to lend that feeling. She also has teak flowing along soles from the exteriors straight through the interiors. More to the point, she prioritizes activity and wellness.
For instance, rather than feature a formal saloon the way that essentially every yacht does, the Oasis 135 has a “day area.” It’s for yoga and working out when wanted. It also has a bar and seats that can transform for formal dining when wanted. Yet another example of prioritizing activity and wellness is the pool. It’s on the main aft deck, essentially three feet (1 meter) above the water. It also occupies nearly 66 square feet (6 square meters). Complementing it, the megayacht’s sides fold down, forming more usable space. (Beam is already quite good at 27 feet, or 8.25 meters.)
Since the Oasis 135 is semi-custom, buyers can outfit the areas according to either of two decor packages. This includes the main-deck master stateroom and four lower-deck cabins. Benetti is working with Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture, a New York design studio, for the looks. Both packages have rosewood inlays and leathers, but one adds in lighter colors for more fun, active appeal. The other is more classic in aesthetic. As usual, Benetti and the design studio will let buyers select materials and tones.
While still just on paper, the Oasis 135 should see a 15-knot max speed with MAN engines. Range should be 4,000 nautical miles at 11 knots.