Oceanco’s 3: A fleet of exceptional luxury yachts from Oceanco Brokerage heads to the Monaco Yacht Show

sea ​​walk

Low-profile yachts with low engine hours and strictly private use are rare and in-demand offerings in today’s brokerage market. Formerly Lady Christina, the 62-meter Oceanco Sea Walk has only been changed once since handover and has never been rented.

It was delivered in 2005 to a highly experienced yachtman, who intended to use the ship for worldwide sailing and chose electrical transformers to provide easy connection to power anywhere in the world as well as large storage areas, good sized stowage and a well-appointed crew and crew. service areas.

Gently sloping exterior lines, resembling lapping sea waves, and large windows effectively conceal the massive volumes of this 1,116GTT vessel. Inside, the yacht features an Art Deco interior crafted by François Zuretti. All the wood on the board is finished with a satin varnish that shows off the beauty of the woods without the frightening sheen of a high gloss finish.

A notable development from the traditional layouts is the formal dining room located forward on the right side of the main deck that spans approximately half the width of the structure. A special feature of this dining room is the large window that opens which gives the feel of an open terrace restaurant. The front of the main deck is occupied by the wheelhouse, the ship’s office, the captain’s cabin and a bunk cabin suitable for children or additional staff.

The owner’s suite occupies the entire upper floor. It includes a bedroom with great views through a semicircular of windows, a gorgeous dressing room, a stunning two-level en-suite bathroom and a sitting lounge that opens onto a private outdoor deck. The loft in the owner’s suite is 2.3 meters.

The four guest cabins are located on the lower level aft and feature silk-paneled walls and attractive marble bathrooms with bathtubs (double cabins) or showers (twins). Fabrics, marble, and joinery details vary slightly from room to room for a touch of personalization. All cabins have fully updated entertainment systems and controls.

In 2014, Sea Walk underwent an extensive renovation, with studios Azure Yacht Design and H2 Design teaming up to extend the main deck aft to add a large whirlpool and create a walkway from the basement guest lounge to the beach club. In the redesigned layout, you can pass through a weatherproof door into the tender garages and beyond to the rear deck without crossing the main swimwear-clad saloon. The beach club includes a fully tiled steam room with a “starlight” fiber-optic ceiling and shower.

Although not rented, Sea Walk is built to MCA standards and can easily gain compliance if its next owner decides to run it commercially.

Sea Walk completed its 15-year survey in 2021.

Officer B

Another great Oceanco yacht to see in Monaco is the 66m Luna B, also available for charter.

Its elegant lines and ingenious engineering complement the sophisticated and inviting interior design of Alberto Pinto. The earthy color palette features Macassar ebony and sycamore joinery in nickel-plated finishes. The light and airy Sky Lounge benefits from large floor-to-ceiling windows and there is a dedicated cinema room.

The yacht can accommodate 16 guests in eight cabins. Its complete master suite transforms into two VIPs and features two dressing rooms and spacious suites.

The classic round bar is reminiscent of the ships of a bygone era, but opens up to reveal a contemporary beach club.

A highlight of Luna B is its spacious sun deck designed around a beautiful scallop-shaped pool with swimming jets and spa functions. A great sunbathing area at the back can also be used as a helipad. The sundeck also features a seating area, a wet bar, two large tables that merge into a table for 18, an outdoor cinema, a disco and a barbecue.

Sea pearl

Renovated from 2022 by the NCA Arena in Italy, which included several major upgrades, a complete repainting and refurbishment inside and out, this 60m is a beautiful representation of Oceanco’s craftsmanship and winch design style.

The expansive guest deck areas include a large sundeck that extends approximately half the length of the yacht. It features a touch helipad and a sun lounge with a wet bar and grill in the back. There’s also an outdoor cinema, disco, a large glass-backed Jacuzzi with forward sunshades and a temperature-controlled gym under the hard roof.

On the bridge deck aft is a semi-circular indoor and outdoor glass dining area with stunning views.

The main deck aft contains a lounge which can also serve for casual dining with a buffet bar and there is indoor access to the foldable swimming deck. The main saloon itself is open with only a partial partition separating the lounge from the formal dining area forward.

The Sea Pearl Hotel accommodates 12 guests in six suites that include a duplex owner’s suite with a private observation lounge opening onto a private front terrace.

Credits: Burgess

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