OKTO, the quieter megayacht

Ibiza has become one of the world’s catwalks of megayachts. Almost all of the most luxurious yachts and expensive in the world have moored in Ibiza. One of the last ships that sail through the sea of Ibiza and Formentera is OKTO, owned by the Greek businessman, Theodore Angelopoulos. The boat is valued at about 64 million dollars and you can enjoy it for a week for about $ 500,000.

One of the features of this megayacht is the high level of acoustic insulation has been achieved both engines 4,730 horses are not even hear in the areas closest to them.

Inside, the megayacht has five cabins to accommodate ten people. The master suite littered with large windows, also has one room besides which can be used as an office or as a bedroom for children, for example. But most surprising is that the suite has a private balcony that unfolds at the touch of a button.

The interior designer Alberto Pinto and the exterior designer Andrea Vallicelli have worked to provide continuity between the exterior and interior. On the main deck, the glass doors five meters wide glide to give way to a large room.

At night, the heliport deck is transformed into a dance floor where lets you enjoy the music. For quieter plans OKTO has a movie screen in the upper room. To keep fit, it  could not miss a gym with large skylights and large windows offering spectacular views. If what you want is a more relaxed plan simply go up to the upper deck and bathing in the hot tub or go down to the main deck and take a dip in the pool. On the yacht there is also a large outdoor area designed to eat, relax and enjoy all the guests

Thanks to the advanced materials used in its construction, this yacht of 66 meters, has managed to reduce its weight and thus reach a maximum speed of 18 knots, while cruising speed is usually 16. The ship was built in Italian shipyards ISA in 2014.

OKTO, under the flag of the Cayman Islands, came to Ibiza on July 15, where usually travel to Formentera. It was in the ports of Palma de Mallorca and Monaco before.

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