The 40.8-metre superyacht Okko is ready to become your next home this summer. Delivered in 2012 by Mondomarine and having returned to the charter market in 2017, she is in pristine condition and perfect for a charter excursion with all the family. The all-aluminium tri-deck superyacht looks striking thanks to exterior styling by Italian designer Giorgio Vafiadis, who has made use of Okko’s voluminosity and cleverly integrated a mix of angular and rounded shapes and large rectangular windows. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / SuperYacht TimesWith up to seven crew ensuring guests are safe and happy, Okko is one of Imperial’s most sought-after superyachts this season. Charter broker Imperial has shared a fun-filled seven-day charter itinerary with SuperYacht Times for up to ten guests to explore the south of France, the lively coastline of Italy and the calm serenity of Corsica on board Okko. Day one
Arrive into Port Gallice where Okko and her crew await guests to embark on a sweet summer vacation. Situated between Nice and Cannes, it is a perfect spot to cruise around to Île Sainte-Marguerite for a spot of lunch. Then, move to Cannes to take a stroll along the Walk of Fame and have dinner in one of the charming beach restaurants. During the sunny coastline cruise, guests can become acquainted with Okko's modern classic interiors by Giorgio Vafiadis whose clean design is enhanced by luxury materials such as white onyx, Venetian glass and fashionable furniture by Fendi. Photo: Bruno Buisson / SuperYacht TimesDay two
Thanks to the custom vibro-acoustic work on board Okko, guests should have had a peaceful night’s sleep with no noise or vibrations. After the eight-hour cruise overnight, Portofino is the first port of call. The fishing village on the Italian Riviera coastline is nestled in the hillside overlooking the port and with the harbour lined with superyachts, the pastel-coloured houses, high-end boutiques and seafood restaurants make for a perfect location to take in the culture and soak up some Italian sun. Photo: Ananthan LoggiDay three
Continuing along the rich and rugged Italian coastline, all those on board can enjoy the quick transition to Cinque Terre and the string of five colourful seaside towns. As Cinque Terre is a restricted area, Okko will remain outside and ferry guests along the coastline via tender and then ashore. Guests can enjoy the seafood specialities, famous pesto dishes, local vineyards and hiking trails along the Sentiero Azzurro cliffside. Photo: Imperial YachtsDay four
The smooth six-hour overnight trek will bring guests to the quaint island of Elba in the Tuscan Archipelago. Spend the morning anchored nearby the beautiful and fascinating island and make the most of Okko’s fabulous sun deck, designed to include a Jacuzzi and al-fresco dining area. The afternoon can be spent arriving to shore to take a ride on the cable car to the highest point of Elba or enjoy the great restaurants and tropical beaches. Once again, Okko and her crew will travel overnight to arrive in Bonifacio.Photo: Tom GrimbertDay five
Spend the day on the dock in Bonifacio, a stunning old town on the southern tip of the French island of Corsica. Known for its lively marina and medieval clifftop citadel, the town is steeped in history. Order an ice cream whilst walking around the old streets, or take the 187 ancient cliff-side steps up to L’Escalier du Roi d’Aragon. As Okko relocates overnight, guests can take the opportunity to settle down in one of five staterooms, enjoy the selection of world cinema on the Kaleidoscope entertainment system, or make use of the 80” flat screen TV and blackout curtains in the bridge-deck saloon.Photo: Imperial YachtsDay six
After having arrived further up the coast of Corsica in Girolata, guests can enjoy a breakfast at anchor with a beautiful view. Take the opportunity to relax and go swimming and then pack up after a BBQ lunch on board with crew serving drinks from the sundeck bar to begin the two-hour journey further north to the port town of Calvi. The traditional Corsican culture is vibrant here, as is medieval history and landmarks. Check out the Notre Dame de la Serra for panoramic views, or the main historical monument: the Genoese Citadel. With lovely beaches, hiking trails and beach bars, these Corsican hotspots are perfect for a real adventure during the day, and for guests to explore the villages and restaurants as night falls. Photo: Imperial YachtsOnce all guests have had their fill, Okko will venture safely back towards Antibes where guests will disembark.
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