ICE CLASS Explorer Yacht

Fifth Ocean Yachts: Ice Class Explorer Yacht

The World Premier of new ultimate yacht ICE CLASS EXPLORER by Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architecture!

The yacht concept MY I.C.E. (Ice Class Explorer) is a collaboration between Azure Yacht Design and the Ukrainian based shipyard Fifth Ocean Yachts.

This untypical 45 m yacht design provides a helicopter deck, four guest cabins, space for a crew of nine persons, a spacious owner’s suite, space for tenders, tenders, toys and diving equipment. Apart from the helicopter deck, she provides a jacuzzi and a bar on the sun deck.

Main Specifications

Length over all:45.00 m
Length water line:43.57 m
Beam moulded:8.40 m
Depth moulded:4.80 m
Design draught:2.70 m
Frame spacing:0.50 m
Deck camber:0.15 m
Speed max.:13 knots
Speed cruising:10 knots
Guest (incl. Owner)10
Crew (incl. Captain)9

shadow vessel fifth ocean yachts alternative 3

Fifth Ocean Yachts: Shadow Vessel Concept in three Versions

Barracuda Yacht Design and Fifth Ocean Yachts are presenting a 32m (105') shadow vessel concept in 3 Version:

Alternative 1: Explorer styled with the place for tender, toys, and helicopter on the fore deck.

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Alternative 2: Typical shadow vessel style with a large aft deck.

shadow vessel fifth ocean yachts alternative 2

Alternative 3: Alternative 2 with an own helideck. This would be the best choice. The helicopter has enough space to touch down and take off without reloading tenders and toys from the aft deck.

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Fifth Ocean Yachts: 24m Explorer Yacht

Fifth Ocean 24 is the steel displacement ocean-going expeditionary type motor yacht. She is highly autonomous with a range of 4.100 nautical miles (nm) at a cruising speed of 7 knots and unrestricted area of cruising. Under such conditions, fuel rate is only around 35 l per hour.

Yacht Design and Naval Architecture by Ginton Naval Architects.

The interior design of Fifth Ocean 24 is made by Erik van Dongen who represents Dutch company SDSI b.v. that became famous for interior design projects for such shipyards as Feadship, Jongert, Heesen, Hoek Design and Amels.

The interior design of the project can be arranged as per customer's preferences.

The FOY 24 has three decks:

On the lower deck, there is a large owner's cabin with a wardrobe and a bathroom, a library cabinet a VIP cabin with a wardrobe, a guest cabin and a crew cabin for two crewmembers. There is a personal bathroom with a shower in each cabin.

On the main deck there is a guest bathroom, a spacious saloon, a diner and a kitchen. Additionally, in the fore open part of the deck there is a lounge zone with a bench area and a spa-basin; in the aft there are two benches and a large dining table.

On the wheelhouse deck a wheelhouse and a captain's cabin are located, as well as a gas-grill and an open-air lounge zone.

Main specifications

Length over all:23.90 m
Length water line:21.60 m
Beam moulded:6.50 m
Beam over all:6.65 m
Draft full loaded:1.80 m
Fuel:15.00 m³
Fresh water:3.50 m³
Sewage:3.50 m³
Maximum speed:11.50 kn
Cruising speed:9.50 kn
Main engine:2 x Caterpillar C7, 250 hp, 2400 rpm
Reduction gear:ZF 286-A ratio 3:1
Generator:2 x Caterpillar 50Hz, 25 kw, 35 kVa, 3phase, 1500 rpm
Miscellaneous:CE-marking, directive for pleasure graft category A
Notified Body Bureau Veritas

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Fifth Ocean Yachts: 21m Sailor Gulet

Length over all:21,18 m
Length water line:16,85 m
Beam:5,84 m
Draft hull:1,26 m
Draft keel:2,50 m
Displacement:app. 45,68 tonnes
Engine:2 x 180 HP
Main sail:153,84 m²
Genoa (110 %):105,84 m²
Jib sail:50,50 m²

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oyster 115

Oyster 115 - Designed by Humphreys Yacht Design

Humphreys Yacht Design and Oyster Yachts are developing the Oyster 115 for an existing client.

To be built in the UK for a 2017 launch, the Oyster 115 complies with the demanding requirements of MCA LY3 coding for charter compliance, and offers accommodation for 10 to 14 with a master suite and four double guest cabins aft, with a fifth guest cabin forward planned as a children’s suite that with fold away bunks quickly and simply converts to become their ‘TV den’. The captain’s double cabin opposite could also be used as a supplementary, sixth guest cabin.

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A split level aft deck with full-beam window recess adds additional light to the master cabin already bright with seascape windows to each side. It also creates a dedicated leisure deck space with private access directly from the master suite and a simple step down to the hydraulic fold-out transom door that converts to sizeable swimming and boarding platform. The tender-well set into the foredeck serves also as a forward cockpit once the jet RIB launches.

With a particularly sleek freeboard design, single headsail and well swept-back spreader carbon rig alluding to a fast pace, the Oyster 115 evolves the genre to provide her owner with a well-honed, fine pedigree performance distance cruiser that’ll rattle through the sea miles. Her accommodation is tastefully modern with craftsman-detailed simple form and careful colourways, and all with a great sense of space and plenty of natural daylight.

Oyster 115

The upper saloon is at the same level as the cockpit space, with the dining area set forward, just one step down under the signature Oyster window. The design of the vertical sliding doors creates an open feeling throughout this massive -12 x 6 meters of entertaining & living space.

There are crew facilities for six, the design also creatively meets the tougher new code requirements – for example, for fire-zoning and enclosure of space around the galley.

With a powerful, large volume hull following Oyster Yachts’ evolving twin rudder designs that allow carrying beam and rig further aft for pacey passages and good sea comfort during long voyages and coastal hops alike, the Oyster 115 is an exciting custom project.

Oyster 115

Introducing the Oyster 745

With tooling starting and set to launch in late 2015, the all new Oyster 745 replaces the highly successful 72/725 with an impressive 16 built. Based on a new hull format and with the Oyster signature deck saloon extended in clean symmetry with a sweet, clean sheerline, she introduces also a sense of coupé sailing, pointing to power and adventure.

With a choice of rigs, the sail plan can be optimised for speed or short-handed sailing, the enabler behind this versatility being Oyster's new twin-rudder hull configuration from naval architect Rob Humphreys. The Oyster 885 and 825 are already proving the efficacy of this arrangement with reduced weather helm and higher pointing, increased form stability from the beamier stern sections, and an accompanying boost in off-wind, white sail performance from the bigger main and smaller headsail.Read more

Topaz Lurssen

Topaz at Lürssen after her maiden voyage

Superyacht Topaz is back at Lürssen for some works after her maiden voyage.

The 147m yacht has an exterior design by Tim Heywood and an interior design by Terence Disdale. Topaz has two helipads, fitness hall, cinema, conference room and so on, and so on alongside all the other superyacht standards.

Equipped with twin Pielstick diesel engines (7990 hp each), she reaches a top speed of 25.5 knots and a cruising speed of 22.9 knots. Coast-gossip is talking about a price 0f 400 million EUR.

Yacht Topaz
Topaz Lurssen
Lurssen Topaz
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Yacht Lucia M by Jongert

Lucia M by Jongert

Jongert's Lucia M at her building yard in Wieringerwerf

She was designed by Guido de Groot.