Alexander Marine, the manufacturer of Ocean Alexander yachts, has completed of the 120 Tri-Level Motoryacht. This particular vessel was designed by renowned naval architect, Evan K. Marshall, and built by Christensen Shipyards. It has been a collaboration never before seen in the yacht industry between Ocean Alexander, Christensen, and Evan Marshall. The resulting yacht is a truly world-class vessel in every sense of the word.
The motoryacht is a true tri-deck motoryacht at 121′ 2” length with a beam of 25′ 2″. Special attention to the design has allowed for this yacht to contain many of the features one would find on a grand megayacht that is normally excluded from yachts smaller than 130′. The yacht includes features such as an on-deck master stateroom, separate captain’s quarters, crew for six plus captain, massive storage space to accommodate large luggage storage and other storage conveniences for chartering, walk-in pantry, full-size freezers, and the excellent tradition of Christensen build standards and attention to details. The yacht is also equipped with detuned Twin MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines, which provides an ability to run the engines full speed on a continuing basis.
Final commissioning and outfitting will be completed by the end of August and she will start her maiden voyage to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show shortly thereafter.
Length: 121′ 2” (36.93m)
Beam: 25′ 2″ (7.67m)
Draft (est. half load): 6′ 3″ (1.91m)
Fuel Capacity: 7,000 gal. (26,498L)
Displacement (est. half load): 395,000 lbs.
Power: Detroit Diesel 12V 2000
Generators: Twin 76kW
With factories in Taiwan and China, Ocean Alexander’s combined yacht-building facilities make it among the largest in Asia. Ocean Alexander is based in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Its yachts are available in the U.S. through dealers in Seattle, WA; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Newport Beach, CA; and Sturgeon Bay, WI.
Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, August 24, 2012; Image: oceanalexander