Hull number one of the Oceanic Yachts 90 STS was launched earlier this month after being sold in January 2014. Named Tsa Tsa, the Oceanic Yachts 90’ STS was built by Cantiere Navale di Ostia – Canados. The explorer vessel is in straight shaft version and made her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival at the beginning of September.
The inaugural superyacht offers an abundance of luxurious amenities, including the spacious upper deck owner’s suite which comes with an exclusive private terrace. Guests are accommodated over a VIP cabin and an additional two guest cabins located on the lower deck. The Oceanic Yachts 90’ STS is actually the first yacht of her size to be able to comfortably offer this cabin layout to her guests.
The interior decoration is a result of a study undertaken by the in-house design studio in conjunction with the owner, resulting in a sophisticated and personalised theme. The primary timbers used throughout will consist of limed Grey Oak, Macassar Ebony, Wengé, lacquered wood and wood floors. The saloon perfectly incorporates these materials with a cream coloured L shaped seating area, and glass dining area. The saloon is surrounded by large windows, ensuring the area is filled with natural light whilst also providing spectacular views.
Outside is a covered al fresco dining area to enjoy food and drinks while taking in the ocean surroundings. The convertible aft deck features oversized modular sofas, and will stow a 6.50 metre diesel powered SACS tender. The vessel is also well equipped with a range of other impressive water toys and tenders, including two 3-seater personal water-crafts, 2 Seabobs and one JetLev, which will all be stored in the transom garage. An additional stand-up JetSki will be installed on the deck, right under the 1.5 ton capacity Opacmare crane.
The engine room will be buffered from the lower deck amenities by a spectacular sound insulation system engineered like on a 50 metre yacht and the by the vast crew quarters and custom made galley. Up to four crew will be accommodated on board.
The main features of the Oceanic Yachts 90’ are extended outdoor and indoor living volumes, the ability to carry large toys and tenders, high performance and the ability to navigate at economic speed with low fuel consumption, resulting in reduced overall operating costs.
The option offered on the 90' (as well as the 140’) is the innovative "DiElec" version – which stands for Diesel-Electric propulsion. In this version, the 90' can run either on its two Caterpillar C32 Acert engines for speeds up to 27 knots or, alternately, on its two electric motors fed by the two generators. Under Electric power, the OY can run at 8 knots with a consumption in the region of 40 liters per hour.