Sometimes, funny things happen just before boat shows. Even stranger things happen before boat shows during a pandemic. The Ocean Alexander 32L (part of the shipyard’s Legend series) that was supposed to appear at the recent Palm Beach International Boat Show didn’t make it. But, it was for a good reason. The yacht sold before she
Next week, the annual Palm Beach International Boat Show returns, having taken a hiatus last year. Although the footprint will be a bit smaller than usual, there will still be plenty of boats, watertoys, and more tfrom March 25 to 28. Our Palm Beach show megayacht preview will help you in your planning. 1. Quantum
PHOTOS: exteriors by Ocean Alexander; interiors by Voyage Photography Changing demographics in yachting means changes in megayacht models. More and more, cruisers crave getting away from shore for periods at a time. The Ocean Alexander 27E taps into this growing desire, in a size that lets owners and guests enjoy a cozy feeling. Debuting at
Ocean Alexander has shared the first photo of hull number one of its Explorer series in the water. The 89-foot (27-meter) Ocean Alexander 27E promises to put destinations thousands of miles away within reach. The megayacht additionally provides abundant luxury space. The builder revealed its plans for the series and artists’ renderings from Evan K.
This fall, Ocean Alexander will have three new megayacht models in South Florida to keep current customers in the family and turn the heads of other brands’ clients. One model belongs to the Ocean Alexander Explorer series, additionally marking the premiere of this line. The other two join the Legend series. The 27E (above and
Considering Ocean Alexander built four of its 90R (“R” standing for “Revolution”) series within the first year of her release, the yacht tapped into unfulfilled desires among buyers. The more voluminous and far more modern-looking design stood apart from the crowd. Simultaneously, she let the builder offer something different without abandoning its roots in more