With naval architecture by Phil Curran, she was built with an aluminium hull and GRP superstructure by Australian yard Oceanfast to a design by Jon Bannenberg and delivered in 1991 with several refits since, most recently in 2016. Accommodation is for up to 13 guests in five cabins consisting of an upper deck master suite with a private observation lounge, three doubles and a twin, all with entertainment centres, LED television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
She is fitted with state of the art satellite television and entertainment systems including Apple TV, Sonos and Sonance audio systems throughout, providing on-demand movies and music. Both the main and upper saloons feature entertainment centres including 60 inch LED television screens.
Light, bright and airy, her contemporary interior combines light wood panelling and burled veneers with lacquered finishes, and Bannenberg's signature oval windows flood the living areas with natural light. Special features on this yacht for sale are the multipurpose tender garages that easily convert into beach club balconies.
The 2016 refit included a complete repaint to her hull and superstructure, a full interior update including all new Loro Piana soft furnishings and a rebuild of her engines and generators, taking her back to zero hours.
Twin 3,480hp MTU diesel engines linked to KaMeWa water jets give her a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 13 knots and she is fitted with Quantum zero speed generators.
On display at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, Oceana is asking €8.9 million.