146m OK Expedition Vessel by Karamarine Shipyard
Karmarine Shipyard has transformed the 146m OK semi-submersible vessel, originally built by Oshima Shipbuilders in 1982, into a world girdling expedition vessel featuring a muscular and timeless exterior by Timur Bozca.
Offering an array of features such as a sun deck Jacuzzi, a pool surrounded by glass windows, an outdoor cinema, tennis court, botanic garden as well as 4 big aquariums, OK also boasts a big size car ramp, a 40 ton crane and a vertical wind turbine.
OK is now able to accommodate 20 guests, with the identical owner's cabin featuring incredible panoramic 360 degree views. With over 3300 square meters of open deck space, OK can accommodate as many as 70 different toys including a 46m sailing yacht, tenders, buggies, amphibious vehicles and a sea plane.
Unlike other vessels, OK has the extraordinary ability to partially submerge. The vessel has been designed with enhanced internal strength, gaining the ability to handle both stern and side loading, as well as offering a deck submerging capacity for transporting vehicles and toys in various sizes and forms. This submerging feature allows the vessel to transform into the island concept.