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Yacht for sale and new order at Fifth Ocean Yachts

Launched in October 2013, the first Fifth Ocean Yachts 24 pocket superyacht is now for sale since her owner has decided to start another project with the Ukrainian yard.

The first Fifth Ocean Yachts 24 has successfully completed her sea trials, was christened Destiny, and is now at her last stage of fitting out. As reminder, this pocket superyacht was built in steel and aluminium, with naval architecture and an exterior styling by Ginton Naval Architects.

The interior, designed by Erik Van Dongen, accommodates eight guests on the lower deck in a full-beam master suite, a VIP forward, and two other double cabins. Crew quarters are for four.

This 23.9m displacement yacht was specially designed for long-range cruising. Her economical twin 205kW Caterpillar C-7 engines gives a top speed of 11.5 knots, a cruising speed of 9.5 knots and an impressive range of 4,100 nautical miles at 8.5 knots. The technical equipment includes twin Caterpillar generators, zero-speed Naiad stabilisers, and Miele galley accessories.

Destiny is scheduled for a delivery in April 2014, and her asking price is €3.7 million. For more information, contact the yard.

As soon as Destiny is sold, the construction of her slightly larger sister ship will start. The owner has decided to start another yacht with the same team. This new Fifth Ocean Yachts 24 will have slight modifications on the exterior styling and the general arrangement, but the design will remain from Ginton Naval Architects.

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