In the early 2000s, Ocea Yachts launched a custom yacht that drew inspiration from the famed commuter yachts. New York titans of business used these to travel between their homes and offices in the early 20th century. That Ocea became the first of an entire Commuter range. The latest, the Ocea Commuter 50, stays true
Yacht builders deal directly with yacht buyers, of course. But, sometimes they leverage relationships with large brokerage houses for broader reach. Ocea is doing that for its new Ocea 125XP explorer. The French shipyard has teamed with Camper & Nicholsons to find the right customer for this ice-classed megayacht. Ocean Yachts has struck partnerships before.
Back in the 1920s, elite executives traveled from their summer homes on New York’s Long Island to their offices in New York City via yacht. The yachts, adept at cruising quickly, came to be known as commuter yachts. Ocea Yachts is putting a contemporary twist on the concept, with the Ocea X47. The megayacht’s naval
The team behind the OceaNemo series is soon starting construction on the second model, on spec. She’s the OceaNemo 33, the smaller of the two announced so far. As a reminder, the OceaNemo series embraces adventure cruising and toting significant toys. Aldo Manna, founder and CEO of the brokerage and management firm MC Yacht &
The teams behind the OceaNemo series (previously called Ocea Nemo) tout their new yachts as Sport Utility Yachts. They’re putting the emphasis on “Sport” even more. They’ve signed agreements with nine watertoy manufacturers. This, to ensure everything from amphibious aircraft and autos to inflatable climbing walls can be onboard. The OceaNemo series was created around
A few weeks ago, we told you about the OceaNemo 44, a concept which Ocea Yachts and Fulvio di Simoni jointly created to fill a growing niche in yachting. That niche: adventure cruising. It’s why the project is termed a Sport Utility Yacht by the person who brought them together for this project. He’s Aldo