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The Breathtaking OKTO superyacht from ISA Yachts

By Victor Baker


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OKTO superyacht

True game changers, the people at ISA Yachts have unveiled their largest build to date, the sleek 66-meter Okto superyacht. Featuring a stylish black hull and a deep silver superstructure, Okto has been actually sailing the oceans since July 2014.

Andrea Vallicelli designed the vessel’s beautiful exterior, from the knife-blade bow running aft to the sleek sloping superstructure. Showing off a dynamic appearance, the yacht benefits from curved shapes and a lavish interior that was imagined by the late Alberto Pinto.

The main deck is where all the magic happens, benefiting from 80 square meters of pure bliss, with an elegant atmosphere that’s perfect for lazy lunches or sunbathing. There’s also an advanced stereo system, courtesy of Videoworks, just what you need for dancing the night away.

The deck above houses a secluded sundeck area, which includes an intimate sunbathing area with a Jacuzzi as well as a private gym.

OKTO superyacht

The foredeck features a touch and go helipad, designed to accommodate a Europcopter EC135, and also allows passengers to admire Okto’s unique deck design. The yacht also comes with several tenders, a 6.6-meter Ski Nautique, and another MOB RIB, designed to be launched within minutes, and two more tenders in the aft tender garage.

Aside from the lavish VIP cabin, Okto comes with four additional guest cabins located on the lower deck, each of them with en suite facilities and decorated in its own unique color scheme, allowing up to 11 guests to enjoy the yacht’s accommodations.

The bridge deck is also incredible, featuring a cinema quality lounge, alongside an advanced audio system and a 103-inch plasma TV. In terms of performance, Okto will reach a top speed of 18 knots, with an economic speed of 13 knots.

OKTO superyacht


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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