The latest addition to the Palumbo Superyachts’ Extra line, the 28.5-metre Ohana, was launched in August 2019. Now, we take a closer look at what the yacht has to offer. Ohana’s in-house naval architecture is complemented by designs inside and out from the drawing boards of Italian designer Francesco Guida, who plays with contrasts between the white fibreglass, aluminium and the dark but sizable windows, which let in an abundance of light and allow for splendid panoramic views.The elegant and modern layout includes a living room on the main deck with a c-shaped sofa, Minotti armchairs and a TV screen than can be hidden inside the console when not in use. The cockpit also features a sofa and a large television. Accommodation includes a master suite on the main deck forward designed for maximum privacy. Four additional staterooms - two VIP suites and two single-bed staterooms - are located on the lower deck. The crew’s three cabins are accessed from the pantry, which is located amidships.The exterior areas on board the Extra 93 include an open-air living area on the upper deck featuring chaises longues, a sofa and a dining table able to seat up to 12 and another relaxation area ideal for sunbathing in the bow where a hydraulic crane hides a 4.35-metre tender. The sundeck also features two sunbathing areas and a living space with great views.Ohana has three Volvo Penta IPS engines with a combined 3,000hp, with which the yacht cruises comfortably at 15 knots and can reach a top speed of 18.5 knots.