A new 30.4 metre Ocean Alexander 100 superyacht has been sold to an American client by Neil Steenkamp of Alexander Marine USA.
Built in GRP by Taiwanese yard Ocean Alexander, she was delivered earlier in 2018 as a Skylounge model. Accommodation in an interior designed by Evan K Marshall is for eight guests in four cabins comprising a split level master suite, VIP suite, double and a twin, all with entertainment centres, LED television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
The Skylounge model is one of two options in the Ocean Alexander 100 motor yacht line-up, and differs from the flybridge model in that it has an enclosed skylounge saloon on the top deck rather than an open flybridge helm.
The skylounge is enclosed in glass, which protects the area from the elements while flooding it with natural light. It features a saloon with an L-shaped sofa and coffee table, plus an area for formal dining that seats eight aft. There is also an enclosed galley, forward of which is a country kitchen with room for guests to relax or enjoy casual meals.
The main deck saloon is open-plan and features a custom L-shaped settee and chairs on wooden floors, a wet bar, wine cooler, ice maker and an entertainment centre including a 60-inch LED television screen and a professional sound system.
Twin 1,920hp MTU diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 17 knots and she is fitted with Vector zero speed fin stabilisers.
The Ocean Alexander 100 motor yacht was asking $11,100,000.