O’Ptasia was launched in April 2018 and has set out on her maiden voyage after successfully completing her sea trials in the Aegean, recently being spotted in Mykonos.
Her accommodation is comprised of 11 staterooms, including an upper deck owner’s suite that measures 95 square metres and comes with a private study, walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. Two double cabins and a twin complete the layout on this level, while two doubles, two convertible cabins, two twins and a VIP suite on the main deck further add to the extensive hosting options.
A grand total of 18 crew cabins ensure that every whim can be catered to, including a bridge-deck captain’s cabin. The central superyacht elevator provides quick access between all four decks, while the foredeck helipad allows guests to arrive in style.
On-board entertainment options are plentiful, with a 16-person dining table in the main deck saloon and a bridge deck gymnasium. Another star feature is her spacious superyacht beach club, complete with steam room and massage area.
There is also a helipad for a quick getaway on the foredeck and a pool for cooling off on the sundeck.
Power comes from a pair of 3,386hp Caterpillar 3516C engines for a top speed of 16 knots, while the built-in stabiliser system should ensure a smooth cruising experience, both underway and at anchor. Guests looking to take to the water should head to O’Ptasia’s central tender garage, which houses three Seadoos, a six metre Novurania catamaran, a 4.4 metre Avon RIB and an eight metre Chris Craft tender as well as a plethora of water toys.
O’Ptasia’s delivery comes hot on the heels of the launch of Golden Yachts’ 57 metre _O’Mathilde _which is also due for delivery in time for the summer season.