A few months ago we showed you the incredible Alfa Nero superyacht by Oceanco that demands a near $1 million charter price per week. The Dutch shipbuilder has a couple of more projects worth mentioning such as this 75.5 meter superyacht Anastasia. Just like the name, she is adorned with the finest design methods by Australian designer Sam Sorgiovanni who emphasized that one of his key objectives in this project was to “play with the curves”.
Anastasia was launched in April 2008 and has attended numerous yacht shows so far not to mention grabbing several awards as well. Most recently, she attended the Singapore Yacht Show 2015 in April making her the largest Oceanco yacht to ever attend the exclusive Asian yacht exhibition. Her awards include the Robb Report Best of the Best Custom Motor Yacht of the Year and the World Yacht Trophy for Best of the Best Custom Motor Yacht over 40m.
The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in the two VIP Guest suites and three double cabins. Sorgiovanni who also designed the interior created a spacious garage enough to hold a jet ski, tender and other water toys. Inside you will also find a cinema, massage room, medical room and a two level owner’s suite.
Powering Anastacia are two MTU 16V 4000M90 engines rated at 3,650hp each. The yacht has a maximum speed of 18 knots. At the time of completion Anastasia was valued at US$ 110,000,000 with a charter rate of €650,000 per week in both summer and winter. The yacht is currently owned by Russian billionaire Vladimir Olegovich Potanin.
According to Marine Traffic, Anastasia’s last logged details indicate that she’s at anchored at a port in the Tyrrhenian Sea and is destined for Marin.