The 34m Classic 108 from Ocean King can cross the Atlantic and back on a single tank of fuel
Italian superyacht builder Ocean King has unveiled its latest model, the 34m Classic 108.
Developed in conjunction with the VYD Studio of Trieste,the sleek 350GT explorer yacht has an overall length of 34m and a heavy displacement double-bottomed Grade A steel hull with lightweight aluminium superstructure.
Its 8.3m beam and four decks make for an enormous volume superyacht. With a fuel capacity of over 50,000 litres and powered by twin MAN 588kW, the new Classic 108 is capable of crossing the Atlantic and back on a single tank of fuel.
Paolo Dose of VYD Studio says: “The 108 offers an aggressive and muscular look without compromising the essential elements of futuristic design. With a wide-beam, large volume luxury interior, the 108 is the product of contemporary and classic design approach, resulting in a timeless profile. She preserves her sleek look from any perspective and presents a long-range, superbly equipped, strong and sturdy truly capable explorer yacht.”
The Classic 108 has a five stateroom, full-beam main deck master accommodation arrangement as standard. There is plenty of lower deck accommodation coupled with an upper deck captain’s cabin.
Enormous outdoor deck space is a main feature of the new Classic 108 with multiple separate seating and sunbathing areas and the tender tucked away in a garage convertible to a beach club so as not to encroach on deck usage.
Alberto Ballarin of Ocean King says: “Oceangoing credentials, contemporary timeless styling and a superyacht exterior finish and interior were the design parameters with the Ocean King New Classic 108. We are thrilled to be able to offer our customers a class and price-beating model that we are confident will stun the explorer yacht world.”
Ocean King has also announced that it recently started construction on a 118 model from its Ducale series for delivery in summer 2020. The yacht will be making its world debut at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival in September.