A world-class superyacht, OKKO boasts a 41.10m length with a 45-metre vessel volume. The incredible all-aluminium superyacht with a bulbous bow is recognisable at sea or from land. Delivered by the iconic Italian shipyard Mondomarine in 2012, a refit and several upgrades were made in winter 2019. Giorgio Vafiadis designed OKKO’s exterior lines and timeless interior. The classic styling exudes luxury, featuring bespoke materials. Onyx, marble, Fraké wood, Venetian glass and Fendi soft furnishings to name a few. OKKO was built according to the same approch as a custom new build, despite being built on the same technical platform as her sisterships. OKKO is a luxurious and spacious superyacht within her range. Her modern interior is balanced by the equally comfortable exterior spaces. With her magnificent tri-deck, she has an abundance of exterior space to lounge or dine al fresco. The aft deck is the perfect spot to entertain. OKKO comfortably accommodates 10 guests in 5 deluxe en-suite cabins. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck and benefits from a full-beam width. The four other guest suites are situated on the lower deck.

When it comes to OKKO, she ticks every box. All areas on-board have a spacious flow, with luxurious details and materials – high-gloss wood and carved details, monochromatic colour scheme, and lavish pieces by designers such as Fendi and Versace. The three decks are equipped with al fresco dining areas, a jacuzzi surrounded with sun pads and loungers, a fully equipped bar and BBQ. The versatile spaces can be used for relaxing with family and friends or hosting a soiree.

OKKO had her 5-year survey completed in 2018 and passed with flying colours. She is powered by MTU engines of 1500 hp each, enabling her to reach a maximum speed of 16 knots. The vessel underwent a refit for major upgrades, such as improvements to reduce noise and vibration. All the new features installed on-board ensure a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all, whilst also being child-friendly.

Technical upgrades include new main engine sea strainers, new freshwater filtration system, new tender GPS chart plotter, and the stabilisers were removed and lower seals replaced. As well as new fans for fresh air makeup units, antifoul and propspeed applied in February 2020, shore power converter service by manufacturers and many more improvements that are essential towards the modernisation of the vessel.

In addition, communications and entertainment upgrades include televisions (82” in the upper deck salon and 65” in the main deck salon), and a new PlayStation 4 in the main salon. The interior also benefitted from an upgrade, with new placemats, table decorations, service ware, leather items, custom stationery, guest towels, linens and mattresses.

OKKO will provide an unforgettable experience whenever on-board with her excellent sea-faring capabilities. After three years under construction, OKKO was built to the highest standards. She is available for viewings at Imperia, Italy, and exclusively for sale with Imperial.

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