The hull design is by Arrabito Naval Design in collaboration with the shipyard's chief naval architect Giovanni Senatore. It features a twin-stepped hull, designed to reduce friction, and a bulbous bow. Marking the new flagship for the Rome-based yard, the 143 Tri-Deck embarked on its sea trials in August and boasts an impressive nautical mile range of over 4,410 travelling at 8.4 knots, while her top speed is 26 knots.
This model follows in the successful footsteps of a number of other Oceanic models, including the 27.8 metre Oceanic 90, Tsa Tsa. The Oceanic concept focuses on balancing explorer capacities with long-range cruising to create a versatile and thoughtfully designed superyacht.
Rome-based designer Michela Reverberi has handled the yacht's interior, designed with the intention of allowing guests to comfortably live onboard for extended periods. The Tri-Deck yacht features an owner's suite spanning the entire upper deck, as well as two guest cabins and two VIP cabins on the lower deck.
Across one of the two private terraces, the owner's deck showcases a breakfast table, two sofas overlooking the aft deck and a sunpad. The suite is also fitted with a king-size bed looking aft, a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with a bathtub, double marble sink and glass shower. The second owner's terrace is forward-facing with a sunpad, corner sofas and drawer fridge.
The aft deck offers three social spaces where the entire outdoor space can be shaded, divided between the Mosaic and Glass Jacuzzi surrounded by two sun pads. Further fore, guests can unwind in the lounge with its three sofas and coffee table with a fire pit. There is also a dining table which seats 12 to 14 guests, complemented by the large bar to port and coffee corner to starboard.
Further highlights include the sundeck with a forward-facing sunpad and bar with stools and sun loungers, while the central mast interior houses a full-size hammam for six people.
Located at the transom, the air-conditioned gym doubles up as a beach club. The floor is equipped with two hydraulic systems, allowing storage of heavy toys such as electric cars that can be offloaded to the dock with the Opacmare Evo-Transformer.
Power derives from three 2400 hp Caterpillar engines, which have been installed far aft with three structural bulkheads between the engine room and the lower deck cabins for noise reduction. Guests will also benefit from the increased stability on board thanks to the Kevlar/Aramat superstructure.
The Oceanic 143 was originally sold as an Oceanic 140 in 2014.