The Ocea X47, a concept yacht from Ocea Shipbuilding, is for sale through Ocean Independence. The yard says it can launch the 154-footer two years after her purchase.
While Ocea calls the X47 a commuter yacht thanks to her long, narrow hull, she is also designed to be an oceangoing yacht, penned by Michel Joubert of Joubert-Nivelt Design prior to his death in 2016. Ocean Independence calls the Ocea X47 a “true blue water yacht.” Joubert’s partner, Bernard Nivelt, says Joubert “designed a very elegant, oceangoing yacht and added his own personal touch, namely the finer, straighter bow.”
Franck Darnet of Darnet Design, also in France, created the Ocea X47’s customizable, contemporary interior design. Standard wood is oak, and walnut, ebony or lighter woods are available. “Starting from the outfitting brief,” Darnet says, “everything can be modified. It’s à la carte.”
The Ocea X47’s beam measures 27 feet, 11 inches. The yacht would accommodate 12 guests and 11 crew. She is expected to reach a 17-knot top speed and cruise at 15 knots.
Asking price for the Ocea X47: $27,593,935.
Take the next step: contact broker Eric Trupheme of Ocean Independence