Oceanfast Launch Latest in New Series

Australian luxury motor yacht builder Oceanfast has unveiled the latest in its new range of semi-custom private vessels with the launch of the Oceanfast 48 at the company’s Western Australian shipyard.

The vessel boasts a world-class construction pedigree that draws on Oceanfast’s 20-year history in the production of award-winning motor yachts.

The Oceanfast 48 joins last year’s 36 metre “Eendracht”, and an upcoming 60 metre variant, as part of a new range of Oceanfast motor yachts designed for owners seeking a high quality, well engineered and functional yacht that represents market-leading value.

Oceanfast Sales and Marketing Manager Richard Williams said the Oceanfast 48 series had already attracted strong global market interest at a time when operating costs and practicality were increasingly significant considerations.

“Visitors to the Oceanfast 48 have been impressed to see that the yacht’s good looks are more than complimented by first class engineering and electrical systems,” Mr Williams said.

“In addition, with an internal width of eight metres, the full beam main saloon brings an owner to the water’s edge creating the volume normally only found in much longer yachts,” he said.

With a top speed of 16 knots and 4000 nautical mile range at a cruising speed of 12 knots, the Oceanfast 48 series is well suited to long range exploring, boasting the ability to operate both as a fully crewed super yacht on the charter market or equally with minimal crew for an owner who desires a more direct involvement.

Due for completion in July, the 48 metre luxury private motor yacht is currently being marketed for sale in the region of EURO 17 million or USD 22 million.

Length: 48 metres
Beam: 9.1 metres
Draft: 2.5 metres
Guests: 12
Fuel Capacity: 66,000 litres
Water Capacity: 13,000 litres
Main Engines: Two MTU 10V 2000 M72, 900kW each
Speed: 16 knots
Range: 4,000nm at 12 knots
Classification: Lloyds Register (Yacht) / MCA LY2
Flag: Cayman Islands