The 38.71m motor yacht built by the prestigious brand Oceanline was launched in 2008. The naval architecture was created by Frank Mulder and the interior styling by Art-Line and Bureau Veritas. With plenty of space and modern, luxurious ambiance – the vessel can accommodate up to 12 guests in a 1 master, 1 VIP, 2 double and 2 twin cabins.
On the technical front the yacht is powered by MTU engines that allow it to reach a cruising speed of 14 knots and get to a top speed of 28 knots. Speed and manoeuvre are the key elements that put the 2008 127′ in a league of its own – small enough to be easily maneuverable, but large enough to provide plenty of space and comfort spots for high-profile individuals.
Fuel capacity is 25,200 litres and fuel consumption ranges from 1000lhr in maximum speed to 380l/hr in cruise speed. It is one of the finest models released by Oceanline – a motorboat that is versatile and elegant with a modern interior for fast getaways. The layout is minimalistic and contemporary with a clean, cut feel. Essentials are kept to a bare minimum, but that doesn’t interfere with the level of sophistication and luxury displayed throughout.
Quality materials like Oak Parquet wooden flooring on the main deck and Alcantara on the ceiling complement the Roche Bobois Leather sofas, coffee tables and poufs. A key feature of the motorboat is the brilliant incorporation of natural light into the interior thanks to large side windows on the deck and large portholes in all cabins and bathrooms below deck.
The yacht is equipped with a state-of-the-art audiovisual system including surround sound in all rooms. There is a dedicated TV lounge and air conditioning with reverse cycle heating. The guest rooms feature rare blue Argentine marble and Italian Mosaiques in the private bathrooms. Large sofas in the salon, leather chairs and quality wooden coffee tables complete the luxurious and classy ambiance of the model.