While many yacht manufacturers are gearing up to showcase the final products of the labour at the Cannes Yachting Festival, OCEA is getting ready to unveil the model that will soon be the Oceanemo 33. The 3-meter model will be on display at the yachting festival and will showcase the additions that can be made to cater to various owners.
The soon-to-be-built superyacht was designed by architect Fulvio De Simoni and will be built by French shipyard OCEA. Dubbed a “Sport Utility Yacht”, the Oceanemo 33 brings elements of the famous 44-meter Oceanemo to help broaden the series. Set to span four decks, the superyacht will not compromise on the luxurious space to accommodate the 56 square meter hanger. Designed for lovers of water sports the hanger is said to be able to hold a seven-meter and a 4.5-meter tender, two wave runners and four sea-doos.
One new feature that boasts versatility is the “Raised deck” that measures 46 square meters. Owners can choose to use the space to hold a 19 foot Sportfisherman AL Custom and a six-meter Day Sailer or even a one or two-seater submarine for amphibious exploration. For more entertainment, the superyacht can also be fitted with inflatable slides and other water gadgets and toys. Should water sports not be something you are looking for, then the external layout also holds space for an outside bar and a lounge on the upper deck along with a “Veranda” that can be used as a dining space on the main deck.
Apart from the many amenities, the superyacht will also be fitted with two VIP cabins and two guest cabins each with its own private bathroom. For the owner, the Oceanemo 33 provides a owner’s suite complete with a study area and private bathroom that takes up most of the space on the upper deck.