Ocean Alexander-Christensen-2013

$11,950,000.00

DREAM WEAVER meets all of the key metrics of a much larger yacht while still able to dock and explore in the most desirable cruising grounds. Interior volume is greater than that of a Westport 130. The five stateroom, tri-deck arrangement plan does not overreach; staterooms and common spaces are expansive. Crew comfort, with accommodations forward on the lower deck, was a major consideration; captain’s cabin is adjacent to the pilothouse.
The design was met with critical acclaim (see AWARDS) at launch. Conceived by Ocean Alexander and built by Christensen Yachts, this is not just another white motoryacht but a fresh design of superb quality that does all things well. DREAM WEAVER is arguably the finest, US built, motoryacht of her size to be launched in the last decade.

AWARDS:
Best Overall Boat of the Year: AIM Marine Group Editor’s Choice Award – 2012
World Superyacht Awards – Tri-Deck, Semi-displacement Finalist – 2013
Showboats Design Awards Finalist in the following categories – 2013
• Interior Design and Styling
• Exterior Design and Styling
• Interior layout

MTU main engines:  Full warranties through October 2021

Year: 2013
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Awards

Best Overall Boat of the Year: AIM Marine Group Editor’s Choice Award – 2012

World Superyacht Awards – Tri-Deck, Semi-displacement Finalist – 2013

Showboats Design Awards Finalist in the following categories – 2013

            Interior Design and Styling

            Exterior Design and Styling

            Interior layout

 

MTU main engines:  Full warranties through December 2021.

Accommodations

INTERIOR:
Access to the yacht is via twin transom stairways or amidships into the starboard foyer. The aft deck features a centerline table that accommodates ten, one of four al-fresco dining options onboard. Forward to port is an elegant, full function bar with stool seating.

Push-button glass doors open to a foyer with granite soles and etched glass cabinets to each side. The interior styling reflects Even K Marshall’s tasteful blend of Art-Deco and ultra-modern which combines contrasting textures and colors. Surfaces and materials include satin varnished black walnut and maple, granite, etched glass, earth-tone carpeting, multicolored stone and full height windows wherever possible.

The main saloon is grand and gracious with appropriate seating and entertainment options. The dining area is forward with a white marble sole, a corridor to starboard leads to the midship foyer, day head and to the upper and lower deck stairs. A discreet door to port connects the dining area with the galley. Stairs from the galley lead down to the crew area. Of note, there is a crew lounge in addition to three cabins, allowing the dinette in the galley to remain free for owners and guests.

Owner’s suite is full beam and forward on the main deck. King sized berth is on centerline with innerspring mattress, nightstands to each side and custom headboard. Appropriate amenities include cedar-lined closets, lighted dressing table, intimate seating area and a generous desk. “His and her” bath includes enclosed port & starboard heads, one with bidet, oversized shower and separate Jacuzzi bathtub. Finish materials include marble, burled hardwoods, chrome and glass. Portlights are oversized throughout the suite merging the space with the sea.

Four additional staterooms are on the lower deck; two offer king sized berths and two feature twin berths. The lower deck foyer includes a linen locker and refrigerator. Bath fixtures are of the highest quality and the same captivating décor utilized on the main deck is replicated throughout. Of note, each stateroom has an abundance of natural light via oversized hull ports.

The skylounge is aft of the wheelhouse with comfortable seating, game table and impressive views of the surroundings. The corner desk serves as an owner’s business center which conceals when appropriate. As it is throughout, window size is striking, views are panoramic.

The semi-circular pilothouse is fitted with vertical windows, twin Stidd chairs, settee with breakfast / snack table, panels for monitoring systems / ship’s controls and an elaborate suite of navionics, (see Navigation). Captain’s cabin is aft to port with double berth and ensuite head with shower.

EXTERIOR:

With the aft deck, the foredeck alcove, the bridge deck and the sun deck, there are four separate areas for al-fresco dining, breakfast or evening cocktails. The aft deck will seat ten, the bridge and upper-deck areas will seat eight and foredeck alcove (most suitable for Med privacy) will seat four. Both aft and upper decks offer outdoor, three-seat bars. The sun deck with jacuzzi tub and lounge chairs allows for both sun and shade, privacy and unobstructed views. Sidedeck and foredeck layout allows the crew to remain unobtrusive.