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The Oceanfast superyacht Ocean Seven in Dubai

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Superyacht Ocean Seven in Dubai

Pictured here is the 53.50 metre aluminium superyacht Ocean Seven, built by Australian shipyard Oceanfast in 1993. Over the past two decades she has been known as several different names, including Oceana C; Kremlin Princess; Merlin and Little Sis. Her naval architecture is by Phil Curran Design, whilst Bannenberg & Rowell undertook her interior and exterior design.

She accommodates up to 12 guests over six commodious rooms, consisting of one master suite, three double cabins and two twin cabins. Powered by twin MTU 12V396 TE94 engines, she has a top speed of 20 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots, and a range of 2,600 nm. She last underwent a refit in 2007/8, work including a new deck lounging area forward of the mast with an additional Jacuzzi and refurbishment of the sun deck and bridge deck areas.

By Gemma Fottles, photo by Merijn de Waard / SuperYachtPhoto.com

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