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O cean Alexander 80 - 3 Pages

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As featured in long ranger specifications » LOA: 80'0" (24.30 m) LWL: 66'1" (20.15 m) Beam: 20'0" (6.09 m) Draft: 5'0" (1.52 m) Displ.: 80 tn Power: 2x 1,500-hp MTU 10V2000 Top speed: 24.5 kn Cruise speed: 21 kn Ocean Alexander’s new 80 goes deep with style and luxury. Story by Eric Hiss photography by Kevin Miller W hen noted yacht designer Ed Monk Jr. laid down the lines that were to become Ocean Alexander’s first pilothouse yacht nearly 30 years ago, he couldn’t have dreamed how far that vessel would take the company. With the debut of the Ocean Alexander 80 last fall at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, it’s now readily apparent just how far that first 50-foot design has taken the Taiwan-based yachtbuilder. Best known for its midsize vessels ranging from 42 to 70 feet, Ocean Alexander has built boats up to 100 feet. But it’s the new 80-foot (24.3-meter) flybridge cockpit motor yacht that is currently stirring interest in the long-range cruising set. Featuring the fastidious engineering for which the company is known, april/may 2007 | SHOWBOATS.COM 48 March 2007 | SHOWBOATS.COM coupled with smart design solutions and advanced systems, Ocean Alexander’s latest is a top performer on many levels. “The engineering on this yacht is comparable to that of any of the custom builders,” observes Jim McLaren of Orange Coast Yachts, a Newport Beach, California, Ocean Alexander dealer. “On board you’ll find megayacht-worthy components, like Delta ‘T’ Systems, and a level of personalization that essentially gives our customer a semi-custom vessel.” McLaren’s understandable enthusiasm aside, a walk-through aboard Sea Crest, a newly delivered Ocean Alexander 80 docked

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new & notable at Newport’s Balboa Peninsula as it was being readied for extended cruising along Mexico’s Pacific coastline, affirms his observations and reveals not only a wealth of notable style points, but showcases systems that make her ideal for the longer runs typical for West Coast yachtsmen. Unlike sail plans for cruising grounds such as the Caribbean, West Coast yachtsmen often undertake extensive, longrange cruises to destinations like the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Mexico and Costa Rica. That necessitates highly reliable, sturdy builds and redundant systems necessary for extended cruising....

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new & notable ocean alexander (1.5 inches on the flybridge) that help define the yacht’s classic profile. A generous 20-foot beam allows for spacious interiors richly accented with teak throughout. Cabinetry, joinery, bull noses and soles are all notable for an impeccable finish. The salon boasts a pop-up 42-inch plasma TV, surroundsound receiver and an ingeniously devised wine rack that keeps the owner’s crystal stemware secure while under way. The layout allows for easy traffic flow between the pilothouse and galley, which is outfitted with granite countertops, teak cabinetry and a Gaggenau...

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