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Ocean Alexander 120’ by Ocean Alexander, Christensen Shipyards, Evan K. Marshall/Usonia V O ver more than three decades of business, Ocean Alexander Marine Corporate has built up a strong reputation and made a name for itself in the international luxury yacht sector. The company was set up in Asia and has always been run by the same family dynasty ever since it was founded. Today, Ocean Alexander has its corporate offices in Kaohsiung in Taiwan, while its manufacturing and building facilities with factory bays are located in both Taiwan and in China, and are in fact among the largest facilities to be found in Asia. The company has grown solidly and remains focused on completing its expansion plan. This is based on taking its products to a wider clientele, and by further strengthening its presence in the US, while expanding its international sales networks with new dealerships in Europe, Asia and Australia. As well as expanding its business presence on the global market, Ocean Alexander is also bolstering its corporate growth policy by increasing its manufacturing staff in order to meet the rise in demand. A clear sign of the Asian yard’s aggressive expansion strategy was its entry onto the European market, as it made its debut at the 2009 Cannes International Boat and Yacht Show, where it presented its latest luxury motor yachts. The product development plans announced by the yard involve expanding the current range of yachts, and introducing several new models of yachts and mega yachts. ➢

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On these pages, the night time renders show the external decks: above, the spacious sundeck with a 360° panoramic view; below, the relaxation area on the bridge deck in front of the wheelhouse. Ocean Alexander’s range currently consists of various series of semi custom yachts: the Trawler Yacht Series, comprising two models measuring under 100 feet; the Pilothouse Yacht Series, comprising two models measuring under 100 feet; and the Motor Yacht Series, comprising five models measuring under 100 feet and two models measuring over 100 feet, namely the 102’ Motor Yacht and the 102’ Cockpit Motor...

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The wheelhouse boasts an innovative internal layout: the “helm console” is on a raised level and the “observation lounge” below has a large couch facing the forward window. 28 The main dimensional and technical data With its specially designed naval architecture and engineering, Ocean Alexander 120’ is being built using FRP Vacuum Infused Composite as the main construction material for both the hull and the superstructure. Both will be finished in white AwlGrip paintwork. The yacht is ABS Maltese Cross A1 Yachting Service compliant and is also compliant with the AMS regulations and those of the...

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The internal decks of the yacht also have spatial characteristics normally reserved for considerably larger craft and not generally found on yachts of this size. As for her performance, the yacht will be able to reach and maintain a top cruising speed of 16.5 knots; her estimated range at the economy cruising speed is not currently available. Down in the hold, the yacht’s fuel tanks have a capacity of 6000 US gallons (22,712 litres), while her freshwater tanks can hold 1200 US gallons (4543 litres). The latter are topped up by an FCI system with two watermakers, MaxQ MIZZ65 model, each of which...

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Everywhere, from the main salon to the skylounge and from the master stateroom to the guest staterooms, the walls are clad in dark woods that contrast with the light-coloured carpeting on the floors. 32 The careful design of the shape and size of the ample volumes has resulted in a successful result thanks to intelligent, rational planning, which has produced characteristics not often found on a yacht of this size. Such spatial and functional features are generally out of the question on a yacht of these dimensions, and are more commonly found on much larger yachts (which, needless to say, would...

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The innovative and unusual internal concept of the wheelhouse; in addition, the captain’s cabin is located on the bridge deck, a truly unusual idea in a 120-footer. Ocean Alexander 120’ Sun deck In the luxurious interiors the fixed furnishings are made of light and dark woods; fabrics and textiles will be prevalently in block colours ranging from cream to beige. More specifically, the wheelhouse has been designed with an unusual, innovative internal layout with an “observation lounge” opposite the forward window, and a long sofa placed in front of the helm console, which is on a raised level....

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Two studio renders for the new yacht: on the left, the radar mast without a hard top; on the right, the radar mast with a hard top by way of protection for the lounge area in the central part of the sundeck. Ocean Alexander 120’ TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Construction LOA Design Waterline (DWL) Beam (molded) Design Draft (full load) Displacement (half load) Fuel Capacity Fresh Water Capacity Black Water Capacity Gray Water Holding Capacity Used Lube Oil Capacity New Lube Oil Capacity Minimum Headroom Max Cruise Speed Engines Gearbox Propellers Generators Bow thruster Stern thruster Stabilizers Stern...

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