, 2022-07-06 10:24:47,
The Oceanic particular hull architecture, named by Canados Technical Office as “Displanning” was developed by the shipyard. This hull architecture can provide for optimum comfort at displacement speeds between 8 and 12 knots with minimum hydrodynamic drag to reduce fuel consumption; extremely stable from idle to top speed; capable of 24 knots top to allow owners, when onboard, to move rapidly from a destination to another.
Moving a 43-meter by 8.2-meter beam tri-deck yacht at 24 knots is not an easy task. The Oceanic 143’ is powered with three of the all-new Caterpillar C32 B-Series 12-cylinder 3-Turbo engines developing 2400 hp each. For performance reasons as well as to reduce draft and allow the boat to anchor as close as possible to the beach, the three shafts are installed in tunnels, allowing draft to be reduced to about 2 meters.
With about 385 Gross Tons, two guest cabins, two VIP suites and a full private owner’s deck, the Oceanic 143’ Tri Deck also benefits from spacious outdoor decks. The aft deck, equipped with an infinity tub, an oversized lounge, game and coffee table, bar with summer kitchen and dining table for 12 people is over 105 sq. m. The two owner’s deck terraces are respectively 44 sq. m and 15 sq. m. The sun deck, with bar, sun pad, wing stations and a Turkish bath inside the mast is about 70 sq. m.
Finally, behind the massive transom door is a teak dressed air-conditioned gym where two electric cars can be stored and unloaded onto the dock with the Opacmare® Evo-Transformer hydraulic swimming platform.
The Oceanic 143’ Tri-Deck will undertake dock trials until July 20 and will then undergo its sea-trials period.
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