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The decision to go ahead with the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show at the end of last month was regarded with some skepticism by more than a few of us in the yachting industry. After successive cancellations of major global yacht shows, it seemed impossible that FLIBS - which ordinarily takes place across seven venues and attracts over 100,000 visitors each year - would be able to go ahead with the necessary safety and distancing measures in place. But the show did indeed go on, and without a hitch. We spoke to Phil Purcell, CEO/President of the Marine Industries Association of South Florida, to discuss what exactly this year’s FLIBS looked like, its significance to local industry and economy, and its potential impact on the future of yachting events.
On the first day of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019, we had the privilege of sitting down with renowned British Designer and Naval Architect, Evan K. Marshall, to talk all about his recent work with the Ocean Alexander Yard.
CEO of US yacht builder Ocean Alexander, Johnny Chueh, speaks on the Saturday of the Monaco Yacht Show about his desires to target an international market and the new projects that have proven to be popular with their clients.
Evan Marshall has teamed up with Ocean Alexander once again for the creation of the Ocean Alexander 90R; the first model of the newly announced Revolution Series. Debuted at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), we were lucky enough to step on board during the show and interview the man behind the head-turning design.
The 36.58m motoryacht Miss Moneypenny, built by Ocean Alexender has been sold by HMY Yacht's Jack Robertson and Westport's Andy Miles. With exterior and interior design by Evan Marshall, Miss Moneypenny was built and launched in 2018 and is now in the care of an extremely experienced owner and crew.
As far as collaborations go, the team up between the world renowned designer Evan K. Marshall, known for the talent behind star-studded vessel Diamonds are Forever, and the credible Ocean Alexander, pave the way for their forthcoming project 9or. A stylish appeal, design savviness and stand out features in the dozens: this is what all the fuss is about.
This week at Superyachts.com we’re exploring the interiors on board some of the finest yachts currently on the market for both sale and charter. Following time spent on board at the Palm Beach Boat Show just weeks ago, we bring you interior insights straight from the deck.
In the second instalment of our Interior Insights series, we take a look inside another Ocean Alexander. Today it’s the 100 at 30-meters (100'1"ft) built in 2017 and complete with interior design by renowned Naval Architect, Evan K. Marshall. From sweeping social space to indulgent bedroom suites, we take a exclusive peak at the compact cruiser with superyacht status.
Alexander Marine, the manufacturer of Asia-based Ocean Alexander yachts, and American shipyard Christensen have signed a contract to construct the new Ocean Alexander 120’ motor yacht designed by Evan K. Marshall.
Ocean Alexander and Christensen Yachts have teamed up for the build of a new 115 tri-deck motor yacht.