O’Pati is a finalist for the World Superyacht Awards 2012

It’s not every day that you come across a stunning superyacht like the O’Pati. Launched in 2011 by Athens-based Golden Yachts Shipyard, this 40-meter superyacht is the cynosure of all eyes. Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates take credit for designing her lines, helping her exude an aura of power with her sleek black hull. With cruising and top speeds of respectively 24 and 32 knots, the O’Pati is one powerful machine. A crew of eight is on call to attend to the guest’s every need as the yacht speedily transports you from a cosmopolitan port to a secluded beach. A sleek beauty boasting of hi-tech, high-end design, her interior is as breathtaking as her sleek exteriors.

The O’Pati spoils you with a variety of spacious outer deck areas like the bow area, flybridge, and main aft deck. The flybridge however, is the most inviting with its large sunbeds. The bow area with its sofa sets and sunbeds is great for lounging and get-togethers. The aft deck with its retractable awning is the perfect setting for breakfasts and dinners. The interiors flaunt an Italian theme with materials like leather, wood, and high-quality fabrics taking center stage.
The main saloon is decked in a palette of whites, creamy and subtle golden tones that perfectly blend with the natural dark woods. A luxuriously sized central sofa in the lounging space and a comfortable dining area make the salon an inviting place.
The Master stateroom occupies the lower deck and does not break the opulent theme of the main salon. Walk around wardrobe and en-suite bathroom, including a separate shower, are just some of this stately room features. There are also two more double cabins, equally luxurious, that are located on the lower deck of this high-end superyacht. There are also two twin suites, which make this superyacht a perfect abode for a party of 12 luxury lovers.
A three-seater Waverunner, 4.8 meters Evinrude Zodiac and Bombard Typhoon 280 Aero tenders and a large collection of equipment for snorkeling, water-skiing, fishing, and wakeboarding provide entertainment for the guests besides the home theater system in the main saloon.
A finalist for the World Superyacht Awards 2012, the O’Pati can be chartered for 85,000 euro ($114,390) weekly at low season and is 108,000 euro ($145,328) at high season (plus VAT) through Atlanta golden yachts.
[Super yatch Times]

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