GRAND OCEAN yacht is an 85-meter superyacht available for charter in summer and winter. She was designed by the esteemed Alberto Pinto and was recently refitted in 2019. She can accommodate 12 guests by using her seven spacious cabins, costing 39 million dollars.
|Builder:||Blohm and Voss Yachts|
|Interior Designer:||Alberto Pinto|
|Price:||US$ 60 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 6 million|
|Owner:||Nidal Karameh (Ex)|
GRAND OCEAN yacht interior
The designer of the GRAND OCEAN yacht was Alberto Pinto, who was born in Morocco back in 1943. He was a 69-year-old interior designer and photographer based in Paris.
Not only did he design the interiors of yachts for the wealthy, but he also was involved in several projects of apartments, hotels, jets, and corporations. He had a reputation for always catering to his client’s needs and tailored to their preferences.
Inside the GRAND OCEAN yacht is a plethora of amenities. Built for comfort and entertainment, guests can indulge themselves aboard the GRAND OCEAN in a jacuzzi, swimming pool, beauty room, gym, elevator, sauna room, and steam room. She also has Wifi, Satellite TV, and is fully airconditioned.
He has interiorly designed several yachts, such as the Alfa Nero yacht, a world-class superyacht for charter measuring about 81 meters from end to end, can fit 12 guests and 26 qualified crew members at a time and can run you up about $920,000 to charter.
Another is the St. Princess Olga superyacht, an 85.6-meter behemoth, delivered back in 2013, costs a whopping 190 million dollars.
Information about the toys aboard the yacht is limited, but here are some of them, a 5.3m Novurania, a 1 x 440 HP engine, and a 3.6m Novurania with a 30 HP engine.
She can also readily welcome 12 guests by utilizing her seven cabins, a master, two doubles, and four twin cabins. Adding to this, she can also accommodate 22 qualified crew members to attend to your guest’s needs.
Owner – Nidal Karameh
The owner of GRAND OCEAN is Nidal Karameh, a 56-year-old Nigerian businessman who primarily gets his wealth from Mikano International, a Nigerian company concerned with energy and real estate.
Along with the GRAND OCEAN, he also has a private plane in his possession and a luxurious house based in Lagos.
GRAND OCEAN was engineered to have an aluminum superstructure, a steel hull, and a teak deck. She has an overall length of 80.2 meters or 263.2 feet, a beam of 12.8 meters or 42 feet, and a draft of 4.1 meters or 13.6 feet in length.
She weighs approximately 1864 tons and can hold up to 220,000 liters of fuel in her massive fuel tanks.
Powering GRAND OCEAN are mechanical-type engines capable of outputting 5736 hp, enabling her to cruise at speeds of 14 knots and go up to 16 knots. With such fuel efficiency, she can cover distances of up to 91oo nautical miles.
She is currently available for charter in the low and high seasons in the summer and wintertime for $800,000 a week.