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Ocean Independence sells eight yachts in one month

Ocean Independence announces that it has sold eight yachts on three continents in just over a month.

In the weeks following Easter, Ocean Independence have successfully closed the sale of eight yachts across three continents. “This significant accomplishment highlights our expansive global reach and ability to outperform the market, in a testament to the trust and expertise we’ve cultivated worldwide,« the company says.

“From emerging markets like Hong Kong, to well established yachting hubs in North America and the Mediterranean, our ability to navigate diverse markets and client requests stands out in an industry where closing such a number of sales is seldom seen,” Ocean Independence continues.

The following yachts were sold in the past month:

  • “Bouchon”: The yacht was launched in 2002 at the American shipyard, Trinity Yachts. Measuring 46 meters, she has been rigorously updated and maintained. A full exterior repaint in 2021 highlights her elegant lines and robust construction, which features an aluminium hull and superstructure. “Bouchon” cruises comfortably at 16 knots with a top speed of 20 knots, and a range of 3500 nautical miles.

 

  • “Pipe Dream”: Launched in 2013 by Westport, “Pipe Dream” exemplifies the prestigious Westport 130 series. Crafted with a GRP hull and superstructure alongside elegant teak decks, the yacht combines durability with luxury. Interior design, also by Westport, provides a spacious environment that comfortably accommodates up to 10 guests in five staterooms, including a generous main deck master suite, alongside two doubles and two twin cabins on the lower deck. The yacht’s exterior spaces and performance with a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots, make her simply perfect for Island hopping in the Bahamas or Caribbean.

 

  • “Blu”: Built by the Italian shipyard Benetti, she was launched in 2005 and measures 35 meters in length. “Blu” boasts a sleek design with a beam of 7.6 meters and a draft of 1.8 meters, contributing to her substantial volume of 247 GT which can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in five staterooms. She is also capable of carrying up to seven crew on board to ensure a relaxed luxury yachting experience. Equipped with twin 1,350hp MTU diesel engines, “Blu” cruises comfortably at 12 knots and can reach a top speed of 16 knots, boasting a long-range cruising capability of up to 3,200 nautical miles.

 

  • “Adytum”: The 34 meters long Royal Hakvoort-yacht was delivered in 2002. With a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles, “Adytum” is more than just a luxury yacht; she is a gateway to exploring the world in timeless style and comfort.

 

  • “Lady Marisa”: Built in Italy by Monte Carlo Yachts in 2017, she spans 32 meters with a robust GRP hull and superstructure. She is powered by twin MTU engines, cruising comfortably at 23 knots with a top speed of 27 knots.

 

  • “Princess M”: She is one of the finest examples of a flagship model for Princess Yachts. Thanks to ingenious design from Bernard Olesinski, the M Class became a series lauded for its class-leading interior volume, efficient cruising and weight-saving advantages that came together to offer a spacious 30m platform capable of surpassing the 20-knot mark.

 

  •  “Impetous”: Constructed by the Dutch Moonen Yachts, she was first launched in 2002 as the eighth hull of the standout four stateroom Moonen 84 series. Benefitting from an extensive refit in 2023, a full repaint of the aluminium superstructure, installation of zero-speed stabilisers, a one-metre swim platform extension, teak deck repairs and new galley appliances, have brought her fully up-to-date. Designed by René van der Velden with interiors by Moonen Yachts, “Impetous” is capable of hosting eight guests in her four plush staterooms including a master suite with a study and dressing area, as well as a VIP suite and two twin cabins.

 

  • “Humble & Hungry”: Built in Italy by Pershing Yachts, “Humble & Hungry” spans nearly 25 meters in length and combines high performance with luxurious living. Her sleek, carbon fibre composite build houses twin MTU diesel engines, each boasting 2,638 horsepower, enabling speeds up to 52 knots with a cruising capability of 40 knots. This ensures “Humble & Hungry” stands out as one of the fastest yachts on the water today. The interior layout is thoughtfully designed by Fulvio De Simoni, featuring accommodations for up to seven guests across three cabins: an Owner’s suite, a VIP double, and a twin with an additional Pullman berth.
“Humble & Hungry” reaches a speed up to 52 knots
“Humble & Hungry” reaches a speed up to 52 knots

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Caption: "Lady Marisa" was one of the eight yachts