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O'PTASIA

26

Crew

10

Cabin

12

Guests

This is the perfect match for the discerning modern charterer looking for entertainment, activities and flexibility in accommodation. O’PTASIA’s interior design is modern, with clean, crisp lines and eye-catching details. The main saloon is a grand space, one large open-plan room with two separate seating areas containing white leather sofas, black coffee tables and glass lamps. A dining area is set at the forward end of the saloon, and the ebony dining table is centred with backlit, honey-toned onyx.

 

The magnificent staircase is a set of glowing onyx steps in a jet-black stairwell. This is  backed by a crew staircase on the opposite side. While the two staircases allow crew to move about with ease and without being seen by guests.

 

Her 10 luxurious cabins include a phenomenal 85m2 owner’s suite on the upper deck with 180° panoramic views and a hugely impressive 95m2 VIP suite situated on the main deck. All of the guest cabins feel spacious and they all benefit from fantastic views through large windows.

 

With so many activities there is never a dull moment on board. The bridge deck’s gym delivers a great workout followed by a leisurely morning in the pool, with its surrounding sun pads offering stunning views of the anchorage. There is an impressive range of toys at guests disposal and easy access to the water via the hydraulic swim ladder. The sun deck is the perfect place for a BBQ lunch served on a shaded table, while the sky lounge is a great place for a quiet afternoon movie on the state of the art entertainment system.

 

The ‘beach house’ with all amenities by the water’s edge, is the perfect place for sundowners followed by a delicious al fresco dinner on the upper deck and a magical, intimate film screening under the stars with blankets on the sun deck. 

 

Charter clients have reported back their delight, commenting on the beach club and styling. While some guests said that when on board, it was so quiet they didn’t even realise she was moving at all!