Launched in 2013 by Italian yard Mondomarine, her naval architecture was completed in-house with interior and exterior design by Giorgio Vafiadis. She accommodates 10 guests in five luxurious suites. The master suite, which is full beam, sits forward on the main deck and has a distinctive en suite bathroom of marble and onyx. The four other suites lie below on the lower deck and consist of two VIP doubles and two twin rooms.
Okko is built on the same hull and technical platform as other 41 metre Mondomarine tri-decks, but was approached like a custom new build and feels different. She has been described as a comfortable yacht with a clean design inside and out that exudes a homely feel and carries the same interior styling throughout.
Okko’s exterior spaces are equally luxurious. Her aft deck, which is accessed by a sliding door in the main saloon, has plenty of space to entertain or lounge and includes a dining table sheltered from the heat aft. Her upper deck has ample space to lounge, with seating aft and with sun loungers forward. Her sun deck hosts a Jacuzzi surrounded by soft seating and outdoor bar. Her top speed is 17 knots, powered by twin 1,500hp MTU 12V2000M91 diesel engines.
Okko was asking €12,000,000,