Even though she just slipped into the water this week, Otoctone 80 has been pre-booking charters since last fall. Her owners and the team at Sunreef Yachts Charter anticipate she will attract interest for being just the second 80 Sunreef Power so far.
That first delivery, Aria, debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival last fall. Interestingly, she and Otoctone 80 share a bronze-like exterior paint job.
Measuring 79 feet (23.95 meters), with a 40-foot (12.1-meter) beam, the semi-custom yacht series allows buyers to choose up to four staterooms, including the master suite. The owners of Otoctone 80 wanted the maximum cabin capacity, so eight people can enjoy time together onboard. The master stateroom additionally has a walk-in dressing area.
Due to the wide beam, the main deck particularly should keep the crowd happy. The open-plan layout means no bulkheads compartmentalize the saloon, dining area, and helm. Guests additionally have access to the expansive alfresco lounging area forward. While Sunreef hasn’t specified what the owners of Otoctone 80 chose out here, loose seating and a sunpad are among the attractive options.
Elsewhere, more alfresco relaxation space is at everyone’s disposal. The main aft deck, for instance, is typically the most popular gathering area for Sunreef customers. Again, due to the big beam, the nicely shaded dining and seating areas make guests like to linger. Meanwhile, up on the flying bridge, further dining and seating caters to everyone, as does a hot tub. The spaces are arranged in a mix of sun and shade. Even with the shade, though, the hardtop has skylights, to brighten the ambience directly below.
When Otoctone 80 begins chartering in the Western Mediterranean this summer, she should see speeds around 20 knots. She should also enjoy shallow-water access, due to a four-foot (1.25-meter) draft.
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