At 79 feet, 5 inches length overall, Okean’s 80 Fly is the largest yacht to date from the Brazil-based builder. Okean also offers two other 50-foot flybridge models and a 55-foot express cruiser.
Like its siblings, the 80 Fly has one of the fleet’s most notable features: foldout balconies. The added space extends the boat’s beam by almost 6 feet. In addition to the increased real estate, owners can open the salon’s full-height sliding doors aft and on each side to transform that space into an open-air environment. On each side, at least two chaise lounges can be placed on these extended decks.
Okean says most every space aboard the 80 Fly is customizable. For example, furniture, dining arrangements and the galley, which is forward on the main deck, can all be set up to an owner’s liking. Fixed exterior furnishings include the four-person, forward-facing settee aft on the main deck, the sun pads and four-seat settee on the foredeck, and the sun pad forward on the flybridge. The main-deck helm station is a two-seat affair.
Stairs to port and starboard on the main deck aft lead down to the stern, where there’s a hydraulic swim platform. This space can be used as a beach club. There’s fixed transom seating for four, and owners can add at least two chaise longues here too.
Access to the flybridge is via portside stairs on the aft deck. Up top is 500 square feet of space. Okean also offers the option of an enclosed sky lounge. Features on the flybridge include a wet bar with a sink and refrigerator, a dining table that can accommodate at least eight, and a centrally located helm station with full instrumentation and three adjustable seats. Owners can also add at least three chaise longues here.
Belowdecks, there are four en suite staterooms accommodating eight guests, including a full-beam amidships master with a vanity to port and a lounge to starboard. Twin-berth guest staterooms are to port and starboard, and the VIP stateroom is in the forepeak. Quarters for three crewmembers are belowdecks with a galley and panoramic windows.
Powered with twin 1,550 hp MAN diesels, Okean says the 80 Fly can hit 27 knots and cruise easily at 20 knots. Notable additional features include bow and stern thrusters with joystick control, and a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer is standard.
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