The revolution is alive and well at Ocean Alexander. Following the global premiere of its first Revolution series megayacht, the builder has unveiled the second model. Meet the Ocean Alexander 84R. She’s set for debut at this fall’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Just like the Ocean Alexander 90R, the new model has angular, thoroughly modern styling by Evan K. Marshall. To keep a family feeling, she also has a vertical, raised bow, as well as plentiful large ports. The vertical bow is more than just an aesthetic feature, though. It provides more usable space inside the 83’6” (25.5-meter) Ocean Alexander 84R.
Speaking of inside, where Marshall also arranged the spaces, you’ll find some pleasant surprises. For one, the Ocean Alexander 84R has an open floorplan, nearly from the aft-deck doors straight through to the forward angled ports. The virtual tour below lends a good sense of how the layout complements the 20’8” (approximately 6-meter) beam. Another pleasant surprise benefits customers who like to show off their culinary skills or enjoy watching those of their chef. The galley is akin to a kitchen with a chef’s table, since the dining area and cooking area are open to one another. Finally, rather than feature an interior helm fully forward, the Ocean Alexander 84R has an extra lounge/office here.
To preserve the open feel, the Ocean Alexander 84R has a floating stair connecting the main deck to the upper deck. Similar to the 90R, the megayacht comes as an Enclosed or Open model. In the former, you get a cozy skylounge, where you can chat with the captain as he or she charts your next course. In the latter, the yacht has a partially enclosed helm, seating area, and bar. It’s fully open aft and to the sides, so you can enjoy breezes, yet remains shaded. Furthermore, Ocean Alexander suggests adding a hot tub fully aft, complemented by sunpads and loose lounges.
Of course, you can arrange spaces aboard the Ocean Alexander 84R as you so wish, in keeping with shipyard tradition. You can also choose the woods, stones, and other decorative features for interior areas, including the four staterooms below decks. The master suite sits aft, to take advantage of the beam. Port and starboard guest staterooms can feature twins that push together, while the bow VIP is a double.
Finally, once again like her big sister, the Ocean Alexander 84R has a glass-fronted beach club.
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