For Sale: 2021 Ocean Alexander 70e

This 28-knot, four-stateroom Ocean Alexander 70e is asking $3.45 million.
Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay
The Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay has a Bahamas-friendly 4-foot, 10-inch draft and a 28-knot top speed. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht & Ship

“Everything you need to know about the Ocean Alexander 70e is summed up in that “e” tacked on so casually to the end of the name,” Yachting previously reported. “It stands for Evolution, an apt descriptor for this 70-footer…”

“So what’s new? Well, start with the Volvo Penta IPS pod drives. This is the first OA with pods, and the setup reflects the modern thinking that went into this yacht. The 70e is also the first Ocean ­Alexander built in the United States. And ­mega-yacht designer Evan K. Marshall, working with Ocean Alexander U.S. Director Richard Allender, achieved several evolutionary changes.”

Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay
When it’s time for sundowners with friends, the foredeck has a forward-facing bench seat and a three-person sun pad. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht & Ship

Exterior changes focused on oversize hull-side ports and a stylized European superstructure that are reminiscent of a much larger yacht, while the main-deck interior saw an increased focus on opening up the space, meaning clear sightlines from the cockpit to the pilothouse windows. Atlantic Yacht & Ship Inc. currently has Sunny Seajay, a 2021 Ocean Alexander 70e, listed and asking $3.45 million.

Sunny Seajay’s outside entertainment spaces are abundant. Guests can choose shaded alfresco dining in the cockpit with bench seating and a fixed table aft or select the dinette to starboard under the flybridge hardtop. There’s a wraparound settee and table on the after section of the flybridge  for a fully open-air dining experience too.The foredeck has a three-person sun pad and bench seat for catching rays.

Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay
There are three alfresco dining spots: There’s one in the cockpit and two options on the flybridge. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht & Ship

Stepping through the aft sliding glass door, the salon has a white-washed satin-finish oak and ‘chrome’ upholstery palette. The multi-tiered main deck is split into three distinct zones, dictated by a simple step up. The aft lounge area has a sofa to port and an L-shaped settee with an ottoman to starboard. Forward and up a step are floating stairs to port leading to the flybridge. The galley is to starboard, which is equipped with an array of appliances, including:

  • Franke Sink with Franke pull-out faucet
  • Fisher-Paykel refrigerator
  • 30-inch Jenn-Air microwave
  • 30-inch Jenn-Air electric induction cooktop
  • Whirlpool garbage disposal
  • 30-inch Jenn-Air electric convection oven
  • Bosch dishwasher
  • 15-inch Jenn-Air trash compactor
Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay
Note the unobstructed sightlines from the salon to the helm. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht & Ship

Farther forward is a helm station and formal dining area. An L-shaped dinette offers a comfortable dining nook under the raked windshield with two Stidd helm chairs adjacent to it.

When it’s time to turn in for the evening, four staterooms are belowdecks and sleep up to eight guests. Amidships, the full-beam master stateroom has a king berth and an en suite head. Forward to starboard is an en suite guest stateroom with side-by-side berths. The guest stateroom to port has over-under berths. The forepeak VIP guest stateroom has an island berth with en suite head.

Ocean Alexander 70e Sunny Seajay
The full-beam master stateroom has a king berth and an en suite head. There are three more guest staterooms. Courtesy Atlantic Yacht & Ship

The 70e is a quiet yacht too. Ocean Alexander went to great lengths to create robust sound attenuation. High-density structural foam allows for high temperature resistance and an advantage in thermal and acoustic insulation. A marine-grade aluminum beam provides greater rigidity, reduces movements and “abrasive” sounds while underway. The builder also utilized multiple insulation barriers, including reflective materials, absorptive materials, dampening materials, air pockets and flexible Isolation mounts. Additionally, the Ocean Alexander reinforced the collision bulkhead and used its infusion lamination manufacturing technology on all fiberglass.

Power for this Ocean Alexander 70e comes from twin 1,000 hp Volvo Penta IPS 1350 diesels, which give the yacht an 18-knot fast cruise and a 28-knot top hop. Slowing to 10 knots increases range to 980 nautical miles.

Some other notable features on board Sunny Seajay include:

  • Garmin 8600 Series blackbox with four 17-inch displays
  • Garmin 120W open-array fantom radar
  • Garmin Autopilot GHP Reactor
  • Garmin VHF at Heim (F8 and PH)
  • Garmin AIS with NMEA GPS
  • Garmin Sonar Module with transducer
  • Garmin marine camera (2x engine room, 3x aft deck)
  • KVH TracVision HD7 with DIRECTV receivers
  • RC12 Electric windlass, 88-pound anchor with 150-foot anchor chain
  • 2x Kohler 24 KW genset includes 5-year warranty
  • Ritchie Compass 5-inch
  • Crew cabin

Where is Sunny Seajay located? The yacht is currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  

Take the next step: Contact the listing agent, Shayde Stover, 949-331-7133. 

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 70′
  • Maximum Beam: 18’2″
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,040 Gal.
  • Draft: 4’10”