The GRP hull started life at the Cantieri di Pisa shipyard as an Akhir 118 model before she was inherited by Golden Yachts and completed at its shipyard outside of Athens in Greece. The finished vessel has been designed by in-house architect Dimitra Agapitou who has added a "refined new vision" to the classic lines of its former shipyard's sporty Akhir line.
O'Neiro will go on to charter with Atalanta Golden Yachts. Her name — meaning "dream" in Greek — ticks plenty of boxes for a charter vessel, with a vast beach set-up and an array of water toys, including inflatables, jet ski and Seabobs. A Williams Jet Tender is on hand is whisk guests ashore.
Meanwhile on the interior, the large windows and her interior palette create a light-filled atmosphere. The combination of smokey taupe and mellow hues, with sage, pewter and touches of oyster are contrasted by the dark moka wooden floors, natural straw and marbles.
The open-plan main saloon plays host to a formal dining area, an intimate bar set-up and a generous lounging area for guests to relax.
Much like the interior, modern design extends to the deck arrangements. The yacht is crowned with its spacious flybridge layout boasting varying configurations of lounging areas for outdoor living alongside alfresco dining options. The yacht benefits from further alfresco dining enjoyed aft.
For entertainment on deck, she hosts state-the-art speakers.
O’Neiro offers accommodations for 11 guests across six cabins. All cabins feature contemporary aesthetics with adjustable ambience controlled by the Crestron automation audiovisual system touch panels.
On the lower deck sits the master suite accompanied by two twins and two doubles. There is an additional multi-use cabin with a sofa bed on the main deck. All cabins are en-suite, clad in marble with walk-in rain showers.
The completion of O'Neiro comes at a busy time for Golden Yachts, with the launch of 66-metre O'Eva completed earlier this month.