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OCEANOS Yacht Description

A familiar name on the charter circuit OCEANOS is now available with a 2021 refit and a new multi-national crew. OCEANOS offers over 300 square meters of deck space and many interior gathering areas. A tasteful Studio Vafiadis interior is fitted with Italy's finest woods, marble and fabrics, creating an environment of refined elegance and sophistication. Her sweeping Sun Deck boasts large lounging beds and Jacuzzi as well as a bar and two long dining tables, perfect for those lingering meals under the stars. Accommodations are comfortably set for 12 guests in 7 well-appointed staterooms including a private owners suite which spans two thirds of the upper deck. Further accommodations include a VIP Queen stateroom and adjoining twin cabin on the main deck, whilst on her lower deck you will find an additional 2 Queen and 2 twin Staterooms with Pullman's.

Presented by DMA Yachting, the breathtaking charter yacht OCEANOS is a 161 ft motor yacht featuring a jetski and a hot tub. OCEANOS spends the winter season in British Virgin Islands. She was constructed by the famous yacht builder Mondomarine in 2006. A well-done refit was finalized in 2021. The expansive yacht layout features 7 generous cabins and comfortably accommodates a maximum of 12 guests.

OCEANOS is classified as a superyacht. The key pary of the boat - the aft deck, is right next to the meticulously composed main saloon. The main saloon is a gathering space for early mornings or late evenings and boasts a number of entertainment options.

7 comfortable cabins are laid out with vison for maximum room, access, comfort and privacy.

The motor yacht features 2 x CAT 3512B ( 1380 kw each) Generators: 2 x CAT 3306B (145 kw each) 1 x MASE IS 34 ST 50 emergency generator, 33 KVA, A 47,8, V 380, Hz 50 Generators consumption: 400 Ltrs/Day engines .

Accommodation

12 Guests in 7 Staterooms

What is the cabin arrangement of OCEANOS?

  • 2 Master cabins
  • 2 VIP cabins
  • 3 Single cabins
  • 2 Pullman cabins

OCEANOS

Dining
Dining
  • Weekly price:
    $250,000 - $275,000

    Low Season | High Season

  • Length: 161'
  • # of Guests: 12
  • # of Cabins: 7
  • # of Crew: 11
  • Builder: Mondomarine
  • Consumption: 750 Litres/Hr
  • Cruising Speed: 15
  • Max. Speed: 18.5
  • Built Year: 2006
  • Refit: 2021
Owner's Stateroom
Owner's Stateroom

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OCEANOS Yacht Charter Price

# of charter days Base Price APA (deposit for provisioning, fuel, docking fees, etc) Total Note
14 day charter 500,000$ to 550,000$ 100,000$ to 165,000$ 600,000$ to 715,000$ Discounts outside the main season are common.
7 day charter 250,000$ to 275,000$ 50,000$ to 82,500$ 300,000$ to 357,500$ Standard charter rate, base for all calculations.
3 day charter 125,000$ to 137,500$ 25,000$ to 41,250$ 150,000$ to 178,750$ The usual formula is the 7 day charter rate divided by 6, times the number of days (3).
Boat policy might differ.
250,000$ / 6 * 3 days = 125,000$

All prices are generated by a calculator and serve as a guide for new charterers. Any additional information of the Price Details section has priority over above. Availability is always subject to confirmation. Gratuity not included for it's discretionary character, usually 5%-25% of the Base Price.

Price Details

Price from: $250,000

High season rate: $275,000

Holidays 2022/2023 USD250,000 per week++ (10 day minimum) Caribbean

2023
Jan/Feb Caribbean
March -May FL/Bahamas
Summer 2023 West Med/ Croatia
EUR 250,000 per week (Low)
EUR 275,000 per week (High)Holidays 2022/2023 USD250,000 per week++ (10 day minimum) Caribbean

2023
Jan/Feb Caribbean
March -May FL/Bahamas
Summer 2023 West Med/ Croatia
EUR 250,000 per week (Low)
EUR 275,000 per week (High)

Price Terms

Plus Expenses

Amenities

Nude: Inq
Crew Pets: No
Special Diets: Inq
Kosher: Inq
Gay Charters: Inq
YachtNudeCharters: Inq
Crew Smokes: Inq

Specifications

Tube:
Guests: 12
Maxspeed: 18.5
Draft: 2.80
Cruising Speed: 15
Helipad: No
Ac: Full
Ac Night:
Built: 2006
Turnaround: 48hrs
Cabins: 7
King: 2
Queen: 2
Double:
Single: 3
Twin:
Pullman: 2
Showers:
Basins:
Heads:
Electric Heads:
Jacuzzi:

Features

BBQ: 0
AC: Full
Cruising Speed: 15
Max Speed: 18.5

More Specifications

Flag: Montego bay, Jamaica
Homeport: TBD
Resort Course:
Yacht Permit: 2
Yacht License: 2
Yacht Mca: 0
Yacht Insurance:

Diving Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Air Compressor: Not Onboard
Scuba On Board: Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Fishing

Fishing Gear:
Fishing Gear Type:
Rods:
Deep Sea Fishing:

Green Initiatives

Green Initiative:
Reusable Bottles:
Other Green Efforts:

Water Sports

Dinghy Size: 2020 36' Aviara limousine style tender with
Kayaks 1 Pax:
Kayaks 2 Pax:
Dinghy Hp: 900
Floating Mats:
Dinghy Pax:
Swim Platform:
Water Skis Adult:
Boarding Ladder: 2 x Nautibuoy Boarding Ladders
Water Skis Kids: 1
Sailing Dinghy:
Jet Skis:
Beach Games:
Wave Runners:
Kneeboard:
Windsurfer:
Snorkel Gear:
Underwater Camera:
Scurfer:
Underwater Video:
Wake Board:
Paddleboard:
Seabob:
Sea Scooter: No
Crew

Crew Information

Crew of OCEANOS|Captain Captain

Crew of OCEANOS|Chief Officer Chief Officer

Crew of OCEANOS|CHEF CHEF

Crew of OCEANOS|Bosun Bosun

Crew of OCEANOS|Deckhand Deckhand

Crew of OCEANOS|Deckhand Deckhand

Crew of OCEANOS|Chief Stewardess Chief Stewardess

Crew of OCEANOS|Second Stewardess Second Stewardess

Crew of OCEANOS|Stewardess Stewardess

Crew of OCEANOS|Stewardess Stewardess

Captain: Stephen Burke

STEPHEN BURKE | Captain | Australian
Stephen was born and raised in rural New South Wales, Australia. He was always one to be involved
in various sports and learned how to sail small catamarans at the age of 10. Notably, he represented
his home state in field hockey as a teenager. Immediately after graduating High School, he attended
the University of Wollongong NSW, to study exercise science. He later received his Bachelor of
Science degree and worked as a personal trainer, before the overwhelming urge to travel overseas
grew. At 24, Stephen set forth on an adventure beginning in Europe. While the Balearic in islands of
Spain, he discovered the once unknown life of yachting and completed his trans-Atlantic crossing on
a 75’ sloop in 1996. Shortly after that, he began working as a junior deckhand aboard 140’-170’ motor
yachts. Along the way, Stephen has been well mentored by prolific Captains in the industry and
worked his way through the ranks steadily for over 21 years from Deckhand and Bosun to Deck Officer
and Captain. His welcoming demeanor, enthusiasm for travel, and keen sense of leadership lend
themselves perfectly to the role of captain.

DAMIAN VALCIC | Chief Officer | Australian
Damian was born in the city of Adelaide, South Australia. Two years later the family moved to a small
town called Port Lincoln, South Australia. Coming from a fishing and farming town
surrounded by the coast it was hard not to fall in love with the water. Growing up with his dad’s
passion for fishing, he did find himself joining his father on weekend fishing trips. At the age of
twenty Damian left his hometown and went to work in the Tropic North East of Australia in a small
town called Port Douglas, Queensland. South Australia did lure him back for a couple of years
before he jumped on a plane for the USA. After living in the Pacific Northwest for a year he took
a trip to Florida, where met a friend from his hometown of Port Lincoln who introduced him to the
yachts in South Florida.

RHYS BENNETT | Head Chef | English
Rhys is a passionate, energetic and highly talented Chef, having found his vocation in life…..cooking!
Born and raised in the South-East of England, he moved to London at 18, having left school to
follow a career path in cooking. He trained at the prestigious Westminster College, before moving
on to a highly regarded gastropub in North London where he began to hone his craft. The French
Alps followed, where he lay the foundations for his talent in French cuisine. Afterwards in 2012, he
made the move to Melbourne, Australia, where he worked in several highprofile restaurants, one
specialising in Spanish and another being the Australian outpost of the 2 Michelin starred restaurant,
Dinner by Heston, in London.

GRANT DENYER | Bosun | South African
Grant Denyer was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was an active kid who loved
the outdoors and his water sports. He swam regionally for most of his school career while always
engaged in other sports, most recently CrossFit and yoga. After high school, he studied for a
bachelor’s of Entrepreneurship at the University of Pretoria, which gave him the inspiration to start
a catering company. He ran the company for 3 years until selling it and moving to the coast (Cape
Town) and consulted in HR for big corporates until the sense of adventure overcame him. He then
decided to pack his bags and set sail for the US. His sister is a chef in the yachting industry and
convinced him to give it a go, so, at the age of 24, he embarked on a new career in yachting. He
started his journey in South Florida and the Bahamas for the first year and then moved over to the
Caribbean and the Mediterranean for a few years.

JEAN MARTIZ | Deckhand | South African
Jean comes from a very sport-orientated background when growing up in Durban, South Africa. He
is a very avid fisherman and loves spending time in and around the water. When not at sea, Jean
loves spending time on the golf course and staying active. As a deckhand onboard M/Y Oceanos, he
looks forward to giving you an experience onboard you will never forget through their wide range of
water toys. Jean has been the primary tender driver as he has been driving boats from a young age
on his father’s fishing boat all over South Africa and Mozambique. Sailing all over the world has been
an amazing experience for him as he has been in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean Sea and
hopes one day to sail to the Indian Ocean as well.

DIVIAN DE CLERK | Deckhand | South African
Divan was raised on a beautiful Safari Reserve in Bela Bela, Limpopo Province, South Africa. His love
for wildlife, the ocean, watersports, and fishing are what led him to his career in the yachting
industry. His best memories growing up were with his father, either on offshore fishing trips or flying.
He studied for a postgraduate B.Com Degree in Marketing, at the University of the Free State, South
Africa. During this time, he spent studying, he played rugby at a Provincial level as well as club
rugby. These years developed his skills in teamwork and discipline, which are very evident in his
work as a deckhand. He continues to show a strong work ethic and contributes a lot of energy to the
crew’s morale.

MISHKA VAN NELSON | Chief Stewardess | South African
Mishka is from Cape Town, South Africa. Raised at the foot of the once acclaimed, 7 wonders of the
world: Table Mountain. In 2013 she obtained her Undergraduate Degree and completed it with a
Bachelor of Social Science at the University of Cape Town. In 2014 she then transitioned into the arts
world as a Senior Stills Producer in the Photographic industry. She is technically trained in Modern
dance, Contemporary, Ballroom and continued this for 15 years. Having a family member as a female
Chief Officer, this encouraged Mishka to explore yachting. Now with 7 years in the industry, she
enjoys creating highly memorable guest experiences anywhere she goes. Her knowledge as Chief
Stewardess has been honed through working within reputable programs and enhanced by the abundant
opportunity of travel. She is very driven to bring the highest standard of service and professionalism
within the Interior department.

JESSICA TAYLOR | Second Stewardess | South African
Jessica is from Ballito, a tropical little surf town in South Africa. Her love for the ocean and marine
life is what drew her into the yachting industry. She grew up in a large, loving family that was
involved in the Hospitality industry. At University she studied for her Degree in Visual
Communications, majoring in Graphic Design and Photography. After graduation, she worked in
Aspen, Colorado, for a ski season. For a while, she bounced between seasonal work either skiing or
yachting. She is also a Divemaster, and Yoga Teacher, and has now settled into her career as a 2nd
Stewardess. She has a passion for hospitality and travel.

JOHANA VALBUENA | Stewardess | Colombian
Johana was born and raised in Bucaramanga, Colombia. After High School, Johana studied and
attained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering. Before joining the yachting
industry, Johana worked as an Engineer in Colombia and as an Au pair for 2 years in the USA.
Johana has a passion for travel and is detailed oriented to attending to any task at hand. She joined
the yachting industry in 2021 and has since decided to gain experience to build a career in yachting.

FRIDA DE LA ROSA | Stewardess | Mexican
Frida was born in a small town in Mexico called Atlixco. Some consider this to be the
gastronomic hub of Mexico, and Frida agrees 100%. Frida loves traveling and for this reason, she
decided to become a stewardess so that she can build on her previous experience of being a
cosmetologist and travel the world. She loves the ocean and the Beach and hopes to settle in a
shoreside town one day. Currently, she lives in Cancun, Mexico where she has spent the last seven
years in high-class resorts in the spa department.

TASHAWNA ALLEN | Rotational Chief Engineer | Jamaican
Tashawna was born in Clarendon, Jamaica. She grew up in this area surrounded by family and
friends. She has two children of her own, which she loves to spend time with on her rotational
holiday. She studied at Caribbean Maritime University and worked in the commercial industry (gas
tankers) for 7 years. She then ventured into yachting in 2015. Having come from bigger boats, as
large as 140m, she knew that she had the experience and skills to attain the role of a chief engineer/
sole engineer. She now holds this important title and strives everyday to prove her worth on M/Y
Oceanos. She is a very valuable member of the team!

MIKEL MCLAWRENCE | Rotational Chief Engineer | Vincentian
Mikel was born in Carriacou, the largest island in the Grenadines, rich for its boat-building culture
and white sandy beaches. His parents are shipwrights by trade, and he was exposed to this rich
culture at a very young age. After graduating from the Caribbean Martine University of Jamaica, he
worked in the commercial industry for many years where he acquired many skills and knowledge in
the operation, maintenance, and repair of marine equipment. Two years ago, he decided to venture
into the yachting industry because of his knowledge, and experience, and being an extrovert, he was
able to adapt very quickly to the change in environment.





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