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All Ocean Yachts launches new range of GRP and steel expedition superyachts

John DeCaro at All Ocean Yachts tells me that he's commissioned four new expedition yachts from various yards.

The first, presently called the All Ocean 100 Steel, is to be built in Fortaleza, Brazil, to a design by Luiz de Basto and due for launch in 2012. RINA classed and sleeping 10 guests in five staterooms, she has several layout options to maximise guest accommodation, including a full beam master stateroom. The second yacht in this series, the All Ocean 100 Fibreglass will be built in China in GRP and shares her sistership's specifications.

Then there's the All Ocean 90 Steel, again to be built in Fortaleza and due to be launched in 2012. RINA classed and MCA compliant, she will accommodate 10 guests in four cabins and there are several layout options. The All Ocean 90 Fibreglass will be built in China in GRP and shares her sistership's specifications, having a range of 4,000 nautical miles and both asking $7.48 million.

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