Custom-built by Australian shipyard Oceanfast to a design by Jon Bannenberg and Phil Curran, the 1988-built yacht has been refitted consistently throughout her life, most recently with new hull paint and interior furnishings in 2020 and fresh ceramic coating and new audio visual and electric equipment in 2023.
High Occupancy has a six-cabin layout with a convertible media room attached to an en suite. The owner's suite has a prime position on the main deck and benefits from his and hers bathrooms and a private entrance onto the main deck. With 499 GT to play with, her designers have opted for a light and bright interior with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout and plenty of convenient seating and dining options for guests to choose from.
Aesthetics aside, the motor yacht is also high performance, with triple MTUs and Kamewa water-jets propelling her to top speeds of 30 knots and cruising speeds of 22 knots. She also a shallow 1.6-metre draft that makes her well-suited to shoal water regions.
Rounding out her list of refit works, High Occupancy also had new teak decking installed on the sundeck making her a yacht for sale in excellent condition. She is capable of carrying two Yamaha jet-skis plus a 5.7-metre tender.
High Occupancy is asking $8,499,000.