Combining high performance and Italian style in a sleek design, Athens-based Golden Yachts Shipyard launched their stunning 40 metre superyacht O’Pati back in 2011. With sleek, powerful lines designed by Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates, she exudes an effortless image of elegance and power, with her dark hull concealing so much more. Looks like these are highly promising when it comes to performance and O’Pati surely has the power to back up her sportive looks.
With cruising and top speeds of respectively 24 and 32 knots, she effortlessly takes guests from a secluded beach to a cosmopolitan port in the blink of an eye. With a crew of 8 ready to tend one’s every need, everything is available to ensure guests a extremely comfortable stay, and much more.
O’Pati seduces with her image of sportiveness but don’t be fooled by mere appearances. There is much more to be discovered behind this first impression. A variety of spacious outerdeck areas is available for guests’ enjoyment, with the bow area, flybridge and main aft deck offering ample comfort in style. The flybridge offers an inviting setting, with large sunbeds for comfortable lounging in a pleasantly private setting.
The bow area boasts a large, U-shaped sofa and table, added to a set of sizeable sunbeds that easily turn this space into a sunbather’s paradise. Additionally, it is not hard to imagine this area offering a perfect setting for dinners and cocktails, effortlessly entertaining sizeable groups of guests. It’s not hard to imagine lots of time spent here in luxury and comfort, enjoying vista views and all luxuries O’Pati has to offer.
Continuing our onboard tour at the aft deck, this area offers ample space for breakfasts, lunches and al fresco dinners. Shade is provided by use of a large retractable automatic awning, easily transforming the area from an intimate setting for meals and drinks into a sun-drenched lounging space. Large aft sunbeds form a welcoming and relaxing amenity, as well as providing a smart privacy buffer for the dining area.
Her exterior looks, dark and slightly mysterious, form a pleasant contrast with the interior spaces, which are equally stylish but set in a fresh, bright atmosphere. Using luxury materials such as leather, wood and high quality fabrics, combined with ample natural light, an Italian-design interior has been created that is both stylish and comfortable. With O’Pati’s interiors designed by Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates, a contemporary and minimalistic style has been created without losing sight of guest comfort. The main saloon’s interior design shows a palette of whites, creamy and subtle golden tones, perfectly blended with natural dark woods to form a soothing, contemporary surroundings.
Lines are modern and moderately curvy, turning the saloon, which boasts a luxuriously sized central sofa in the lounging space and a comfortable dining area, into a room of space and finesse. A perfect combination of luxury and minimalism is shown, all framed with amenities such as a fully stocked bar and an impressive 45” mirror LCD-screen as part of the home theater center.
Located on the lower deck, the Master stateroom can be found, designed in O’Pati’s style of luxurious minimalism. This area shows how versatile the superyacht’s palettes of colours and materials are applied for different purposes. With a walk around wardrobe and en-suite bathroom facilities, including separate shower area, these quarters are the perfect retreat supplying guests with every comfort in style.
Like the master cabin, the vessel’s two double cabins can also be found on the lower deck. Each decorated in slightly different variations of O’Pati’s interior style, all guests are supplied with comfort and space. The same goes for her two twin suites, and with each of the latter offering an additional Pullman berth, this amazing superyacht impressively offers space for a company of up to twelve guests.
Greatly adding to onboard comfort and enjoyment, an array of recreational toys has been made available for guests onboard. With a three-seater waverunner, 4.8 metres Evinrude Zodiac and Bombard Typhoon 280 Aero tenders and a large collection of equipment for snorkeling, water-skiing, fishing and wakeboarding, guests’ watersport activities are virtually endless.
O’Pati is a finalist for the World Superyacht Awards 2012, and is available for charter. Her charter rate starts from 85,000 Euro/week at low season and is 108,000 Euro/week at high season plus VAT plus expenses.
Courtesy of the Superyacht Times