Alexander Marine currently has Lanikai, an Ocean Alexander 100 Skylounge, listed for sale with an asking price of $9.8 million. The 2019 motor yacht has a five-stateroom layout, a crew quarters and engines with very low hours. Let’s take a closer look.
When Yachting first reported on the 100 Skylounge we noted at the time that “Ocean Alexander already offers a 90-footer with a four-stateroom layout whose guest spaces would qualify as VIP suites on most yachts. With its OA 100 Skylounge, the builder has added an on-deck master, much like the kind aboard superyachts. That’s one reason why Ocean Alexander calls the 100 Skylounge the entry-level yacht in its six-model mega-yacht series, which stretches up to 155 feet length overall.”
Lanikai ’s five-staterooms accommodate 10 guests, making chartering an option for owners looking to offset some expenses. The sleeping accommodations include a split-level, main-deck master stateroom with a king berth, an ensuite head, stowage, a walk-in closet and custom-engineered windows incorporating aluminum beams and “sandwiched glass” construction allowing for a reported “28 percent improved visibility and incoming light.”
Belowdecks are four guest staterooms, including the mirrored VIP spaces amidships with double berths, walk-in closets and ensuite heads. Forward, are the final two guest staterooms with side-by-side berths that slide together to form queens.
Natural light from the salon’s near sole-to-ceiling windows, combined with light neutral tones, walnut soles and semi-gloss wood finishes, create a sense of warmth and volume to this yacht’s interior. Moving through the salon, guests will notice how furniture defines the entertainment spaces with a long C-shaped sofa, coffee table and two lounge chairs to port, and a semi-gloss wood cabinet to starboard. Formal dining is forward of the salon with a semi-gloss wood table and eight dining chairs.Stairs to starboard lead to the 100-footer’s sky lounge.
The enclosed galley is just forward of the formal dining area and is equipped with a wrap-around counter, a 30-inch Thermador electric cooktop, a 30-inch Thermador electric oven, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, ice maker and wine cooler, a Whirlpool garbage disposal, a Thermador dishwasher and a Whirlpool trash compactor.
The enclosed sky lounge section of Lanikai ’s flybridge has seating for guests with an L-shaped sofa abaft the three-seat helm station. A flat-screen TV can be pulled down for guests to watch the game and still have ocean views.
Lanikai’s 22-foot Novurania 600 LX tender is outfitted with a 200 hp Yamaha outboard and is stowed on the after section of the flybridge. It’s worth noting the tender is included in the sale. Forward of the tender stowage and winch to starboard is a grill and a three-person bar with fixed stools. A drop-down flat-screen TV can be pulled down behind the bar.
Speaking of exterior spaces, the cockpit has a 10-person U-shaped settee with two fixed tables–giving it enough space for alfresco dining even with a full yacht. Wide side decks lead to the foredeck seating with a hi-low table, which converts to sun pad, making it a great spot to enjoy sunshine or sundowners.
Power is a pair of 1,920 hp MTU 12V2000 diesels, which reportedly give Lanikai 24-knot top speed and a cruising speed of 18 knots. The engines only have 450 hours on them.
Some other notable features on board include a full Garmin electronics package, underwater lights, two day heads, Starlink Wifi, engine room air conditioning and five kayaks with custom covers.
From the Yachting Archive: Sea Trial: Ocean Alexander 100 Skylounge
“Acquired by Alex Chueh, a Taiwanese entrepreneur, in 1977, Ocean Alexander rose to prominence with yacht designers such as Evan K. Marshall and Ed Monk Jr. In the years following the launch of the first OA — a 50-foot pilothouse trawler — the company has remained consistent as a semicustom boatbuilder that tailors each yacht to an owner’s wants and needs. Unlike some other overseas shipyards, it has always refrained from constructing yachts under any name other than Ocean Alexander.” – Yachting, July 2018
Where is Lanikai located? The yacht is currently lying in Seattle, Washington.
Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Henry Wold, 206-427-7167; alexandermarineusa.com
- Length Overall: 100’8″
- Maximum Beam: 23′
- Fuel Capacity: 4,000 Gal.
- Draft: 6’5″