The Oyster 595 has cool tech gadgets, a champagne fridge, and panoramic portholes.
The yacht was valued at nearly $ 3 million, and was on display at the London Luxury Afloat event.
Customers can personalize the 60ft yacht, but they can expect to pay more.
The $ 2.8 million Oyster 595 was on display at a luxury boating event in central London. It was made by the British company Oyster, which has been building yachts for almost 50 years.
The particular model at the London Luxury Afloat show is called the Karioca III. It will sail to different countries to attract buyers.
It has three bedrooms, including a master with ensuite, as well as lounge spaces, kitchen, a crew quarter, and a fun space on the upper deck.
Dan Wurzbacher, U.S. head of Oyster sales, told Insider that the base price of the Oyster 595 is $ 2.8 million but customers will be able to personalize the yacht through a list of options, which increases the price.
Customers can choose from a variety of layouts, colors, and materials for the yacht’s exterior and interior design, Wurzbacher said.
The main deck has two steering wheels facing the outdoor entertainment area with a folding table.
In front of the steering wheels, there is a control panel on each side …
… but there is another on the lower deck, where there are several navigation and communication systems.
As you climb the stairs from the main deck to the lower deck, you will come to the lounge area where there are several living areas.
On one side, there is a dining room, and a bench on the other.
Buying a yacht “tends to be one of those things where … all of your life events have to line up to do something like this,” Wurzbacher says.
The galley has all the features you’d expect in a modern kitchen, and the space is well-configured with bins attached to the worktop.
The main cabin has an ensuite and has two panoramic portholes. The room is quite spacious and has plenty of storage.
The bathroom, in the ensuite master bedroom, is spacious and has even a shower bench.
The yacht’s saloon and the owner’s cabin feel light and airy thanks to four sets of signature Seascape windows connecting the interior and the sea.
The champagne ice cooler is on the main deck and can fit … quite a few bottles.
The yacht also has a “boot” that can be accessed from behind the main deck and has plenty of space for luggage.
It also features hydraulic bathing platforms so passengers can swim from the back of the yacht, Wurzbacker said.
Merchants are the most common yacht buyers, according to Wurzbacher.
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