Ocean Ale­xan­der - 90R

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Wa­shing­ton ba­sed Ocean Ale­xan­der shi­pyard has co­me up wi­th an all new and in­no­va­ti­ve pro­ject de­si­gn for a 90’ to be rea­li­zed wi­th Evan Mar­shall’s con­tri­bu­tion. Sin­ce in­cep­tion back in 1977 Ocean Ale­xan­der’s foun­der Alex Chueh from Tai­wan has been buil­ding clas­sic mo­tor yachts. Ob­viou­sly the yard has in the cour­se of ti­me mo­der­ni­zed whi­le choo­sing to stay away from sty­li­stic re­vo­lu­tions brought about by Eu­ro­pean de­si­gners. To­day his son John­ny Chueh is at the helm, they build two li­nes of pro­duc­ts, the Mo­to­rya­cht li­ne wi­th mo­dels from 70 to 90 feet and the Me­ga­ya­cht li­ne from 100 to 155 feet. Se­ve­ral mo­dels are avai­la­ble wi­th Fly­brid­ge, En­clo­sed or Sky­loun­ge con­fi­gu­ra­tion to main­ly sa­ti­sfy US mar­ket’s re­quests. This year Ocean Ale­xan­der is pre­pa­ring for the 41st sea­son and will be pre­sen­ting a new en­try whi­ch is far from the com­pa­ny’s tra­di­tio­nal mo­dels.we’re tal­king about a 90’ whi­ch is coin­ci­den­tal­ly the fo­re­run­ner of the new Re­vo­lu­tion Se­ries. Evan Mar­shall has op­ted for a ve­ry mo­dern de­si­gn whi­ch would be mo­re at­trac­ti­ve to Eu­ro­pean ta­stes as well. It will be spor­ting an al­mo­st vertical bow and a stream­li­ned su­per­struc­tu­re whe­re am­ple gla­zed cut glass pa­nels ta­ke the lion’s share in crea­ting a har­mo­nious blend

bet­ween the bright in­te­riors and open spa­ces on deck. The 90R co­mes in Open and En­clo­sed ver­sions, wi­th di­ver­se lay­ou­ts on­ly and exclusively whe­re the up­per deck is con­cer­ned. She’ a bea­my th­ree dec­ker spor­ting vo­lu­mi­nous mo­dern in­te­riors whi­ch are ac­cen­tua­ted in the bow wi­de bo­dy area whe­re the ow­ner’s sui­te runs full beam across of the main deck. Guests’ quar­ters are si­tua­ted along the lo­wer deck le­vel wi­th lay­ou­ts com­pri­sing th­ree or four ca­bins as fol­lo­ws: one sports two twins and a VIP ca­bin, ano­ther of­fers two twins, a ma­ster ca­bin whi­ch is smal­ler, whi­le the four ca­bin lay­out of­fers two twins and two VIP ca­bins. The crew’s quar­ters are si­tua­ted aft in the stern area of the sa­me deck. They’re ma­de up of a di­ning area and their lod­gings.the main deck is prin­ci­pal­ly de­si­gned to ho­st the ow­ner and his guests, the­re’s a loun­ge in whi­ch to re­lax wi­th har­mo­nious in­door and out­door spa­ces whi­le the helm con­trols sta­tion is in­stal­led on the up­per deck. The Open ver­sion can be clo­sed off ac­cor­din­gly whi­le the grea­ter por­tion of the up­per deck re­mains open to out­door ac­tiv-

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