This NEW Okean 50' offers a unique design with the open concept our motor yacht clients are looking for. The open space of the Okean 50' creates the feeling of being outside - with incredible, unobstructed views - yet, with all the comforts of the indoors. We're extremely excited to offer this boat for the first time, anywhere.
Perfectly balancing aesthetics with performance, the trendy Okean 50' demonstrates dynamic lines and an overall beautiful design with advanced features to bring harmony to the high seas. In terms of performance, the Duo Mode system onboard this fast trawler ensures a light, tough, economical vessel. The advanced technology of the semi-slip hull delivers versatile navigation with shifting-boat performance surprisingly similar to that of planing hulls.
The innovative Okean 50' showcases a premium interior space that combines exceptional beauty with casual comfort. When open, the hull side and rear doors bring an equally stunning exterior, inside. With the balconies in the open position, her over all beam is 20'7". The fold-out terrace concept totally transforms this 50-foot yacht giving guests a feeling of total freedom while onboard. Fantastic amounts of volume are found indoors where the galley is located aft and seamlessly transitions into the spacious and functional salon. Salon amenities include a large L shaped sofa that extends up towards the lower helm station for a sociable journey, a dining table, and a retractable flat screen TV. Continuing to deliver the bright atmosphere throughout the interior are expansive windows on the main deck - guaranteed to provide 180-degree views from any vantage point.
The fly bridge makes for another spectacular spot for guests to lounge outdoors and take in the ocean vistas. Aside from a captain's station with a full suite of electronics and navigation equipment, there is also plenty of comfortable seating options.
Below deck, overnight accommodatons consist of three luxurious cabins including a full-beam owner's stateroom with ensuite head. The two guest staterooms share a head.