66m 217 ft | 2014 | 10 Guests | 5 Cabins | 17 Crew
Although 18 knots is a fair return for a 66 metre yacht, her performance is more about silence than speed, and Okto is almost silent underway and absolutely silent at anchor. One of the most dramatic features is the infinity pool – six metres long and with six options: salt or freshwater, warm or cool water, still or contraflow. Amazing.
With a cantilevered upper deck, the dining terrace leads inside to a circular cinema with a 103 inch screen. The master suite has an automatic balcony, a separate VIP suite and is finished in white sycamore. Okto has been designed to dramatic effect
using a limited colour palette of black, white and silver. Spectacular sculptures and bold furniture pieces create a contemporary style that is so inspiring.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||66m 217 ft|
|Beam||10.50m 34 ft|
|Draft||2.95m 10 ft|
|Builder||International Shipyard Ancona|
|interior designer||Alberto Pinto|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar (2,366HP)|
|Cruising speed||16 Knots|
|Low Rate||from €EUR400,000 per week / $436,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€500,000 per week / $545,000|
|Winter||Arabian Gulf, Indian Ocean|
|Low Rate||from $USD400,000 per week|
|High Rate||from USD$500,000 per week|
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