Freshly delivered from Golden Yachts earlier this year, the 77.7-metre motor yacht O'Rea has been sold and renamed Malia. Northrop & Johnson's Steve Elario acted on behalf of the buyer while Dimitris Maroulis and Crispin Baynes from Burgess represented the seller.
Built in steel and aluminium, the 2,165 GT yacht features exterior design by Stefano Vafiadis with interiors from Massari Design, and her contemporary profile and carefully finished social spaces have scooped nominations in both interior and exterior categories at the BOAT Design & Innovation Awards.Read More/Finalists of the Design & Innovation Awards 2024 revealed
Malia's interior design is characterised by rich textures and semi-precious materials, with Lasvit glass light fixtures, intricate wood detailing and a gold-covered globe in the stairwell. More than 250 finishes are used across the yacht, complemented by a champagne colour palette and curving lines throughout. A blend of interactive and classic artworks curated by Vasilis Dragnis in collaboration with Anna Chatzinassiou adds depth and dimension to her spaces.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in eight cabins, with a large owner’s cabin that benefits from good head heights and a private office area. Amenities include a large swimming pool that sits transversely on the main deck aft, with three skylights that flood the beach club below with natural light.
Her new owners can also enjoy an outdoor theatre, Turkish hammam and sauna facilities. Performance-wise, Malia can cruise comfortably at 16 knots, reaching a maximum speed of 18 knots.
Malia's asking price was not disclosed.