She features exterior design by Vallicelli Yacht Design and interior design by the esteemed Italian designer Alberto Pinto.
The superyacht was delivered from the Italian Yacht builders ISA in 2014. The striking superyacht is the epitome of luxury and comfort and a popular charter superyacht.
|Interior Designer:||Alberto Pinto|
OKTO yacht interior
The OKTO yacht was one of the last yachts to be designed by the esteemed luxury designer Alberto Pinto.
She features a chic and monochromatic style and onboard accommodation for 11 guests in 1 master suite, 1 VIP suite, three doubles, and a single.
The owner’s suite features a private balcony over the water. The interior features a striking mix of natural light through huge windows, pale furniture, lacquered surfaces, and stainless steel.
The helipad turns into a great socializing and party area at night, with a state-of-the-art stereo system and dance area.
There is a cinema and gym on the sundeck which provides magnificent views of the waters.
The yacht is designed for excellent flow between outdoor and indoor areas.
The pool is one of the most striking features of the OKTO, with a covered lounge and sun loungers. Guests can enjoy a dip in the jacuzzi.
Complimenting the luxury is a massage room that can be used as a beauty salon or therapy room. The yacht has four tender garages.
The interior is designed to be a perfect combination of functionality and design.
Andrea Vallicelli of Valicelli Yacht Design designed the fluid and striking exterior of the OKTO yacht.
The exterior design feature a striking black hull with a piercing bow. The sleek superstructure supports the striking superstructure.
The OKTO yacht is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines, with a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 18 knots. She has a range of 3000 nautical miles.
She has a volume of 1149 gross tons. She has a length of 66.4m, a beam of 10.5m, and a draft of 2.95m. She has an annual running cost of $5 million.