Otam custom range expands with 115 concept

26 October 2017• Written by Chris Jefferies

Italian yard Otam Yachts has teamed up with Niccolo Pasquini and Alessio Riccobaldi of the R+P Architecture studio for its latest concept, the 35 metre Otam 115.

Building on the World Superyacht Award-winning success of the 35.2 metre Gipsy, this new steel and aluminium design, which was developed in response to a client request, would be the second member of the Otam custom range if built.

The Otam 115 custom features a 7.7 metre beam

Despite the similar length to Gipsy, the styling is diametrically opposed, with a much more sleek, modern exterior aesthetic and a more traditional layout. A key example of this is the main-deck master suite, which measures 51.7 square metres and features a walk-in wardrobe.

Four further guest cabins on the lower deck are equally sized, covering a total area of 70 square metres. Meanwhile, the crew quarters allows of a staff of up to seven people, including a bridge deck captain’s cabin.

The superyacht beach club is offered in a choice of two configurations, with the option for a side-loading tender garage or a more traditional transom garage for a 4.5 metre jet tender and a 4.5 metre rescue boat.

Al fresco relaxation options are plentiful, with a 30 square metre foredeck – ideal for dining away from prying eyes – as well as a large upper deck aft, which can be used to house a seven metre tender if required. Finally, the 50 square metre superyacht sundeck boasts a Jacuzzi, sunpads, bar and sheltered dining area.

The Otam 115 boasts 165 square metres of communal space

The engine installation and performance figures are undisclosed at this stage, however Otam adds that it has placed a strong emphasis on engine room space and a functional layout.

Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Italian yard include the Otam 100HT, which was revealed at last month’s Cannes Yachting Festival.