The Oceanic 90 is a smooth dream of yacht
The Oceanic 90 made its world debut during the 2014 Cannes yachting festival.
The very first Oceanic 90 in its straight shaft version was christened My Dolce Vita, which is what surely life must be if you are the owner of this $7 million beauty. Among the amenities offered by this first yacht is an upper deck owner’s suite with private terrace while a VIP suite plus two guest cabins are located on the lower deck. The interior decoration is a result of a study undertaken by the Canados inhouse design studio in conjunction with the owner. The primary wood used throughout includes limed grey oak, Macassar ebony, wenge and lacquered timber.
The convertible aft deck with oversized modular sofas can stow a 6.5m diesel-powered Sacs tender while two personal water crafts, two Seabobs and one JetLev, are stored in the transom garage. An additional stand-up jetski will be installed on the deck, right under the 1.5 tonne capacity. The engine room will be buffered from the lower deck guest cabins by the vast crew quarters and Boffi-manufactured galley. The Oceanic yacht stays true to its brand name with the main features of extended outdoor and indoor living spaces, an ability to carry large sports and recreational vehicles, high performance and an ability to navigate at an economic speed with low fuel consumption, resulting in reduced overall operating costs. The DiElec mode (diesel-electric propulsion), an option offered on the 90 ft and the 140ft yachts, is innovative.
Masculine design with a huge rear deck and fully laden with toys — this is the sweet life, indeed.