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Construction underway on 33m eco Ocea Commuter 108 superyacht

27 July 2021• Written by Tom McGhie

French shipyard Ocea has begun construction on a new 32.7 metre Ocea Commuter 108 superyacht model.

The yacht, which will be built in aluminium, will be the fourth hull in Ocea's Commuter 108 series and is due for delivery in 2022. 

The custom yacht is designed inside and out by Pierre Frutschi, with naval architecture developed in-house by the shipyard.

According to the yard, “reducing the boat’s environmental footprint was the guiding principle behind the entire design.”

Paolyre (pictured) is part of the Ocea Commuter 108 range

The twin 600 BHP engines are constructed to meet IMO Tier III emission standards and can reach top speeds of 15 knots, with a range of 4,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.

The yacht will also be equipped with the “latest generation of batteries”, allowing it to cruise at night without the need for generators.

With a beam of 6.8 metres, accommodation will be for ten people in five cabins, consisting of an owner’s suite and four staterooms. A crew of four sleep in two additional cabins.

The superyacht will be the tenth overall to be constructed by Ocea Yachts.

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