With an aft deck nearly 60 square-meter (645 sq. feet), the Oceanic 95’ GT offers larger outdoor spaces than any other yacht this size. Exterior sofas are either built-in or loose, offering multiple seating arrangement, sunbathing or partying configurations. The oversized fly-bridge can be design with any desired custom arrangement. Recognizing toy carrying capacity is a priority for many owners, the Oceanic 95’ GT not only offers a transom garage that can accommodate two 3-seater PWCs or a 4-meter tender but can also be equipped with either an on-deck or fly-bridge installed crane used for the launch and retrieval of all sorts of toys. Equipped with a sun-awning system that utilizes removable carbon-fiber poles and tensioners that can be installed in minutes, the entire aft deck offers shaded respite from the sun when required while the fly comes standard with a rigid hard top. Designed to afford breathtaking ocean panoramas from wherever you are onboard, the Oceanic 95’ breathes fresh life into your yachting experience whichever layout you choose. The interior lower deck layout houses 4 cabins with a full beam owner’s suite. Access to the foredeck is well protected by high bulwarks, making movement forward to enjoy the comfortable lounge in the bow stress-free, even underway. Crew and passenger access to the bow area can also be gained via a pantographic door in the wheelhouse. The foredeck dinette also converts in a sun bathing area. Each Oceanic yacht is truly unique. Being entirely bespoke, the interior design will be created, by world famous Venice based Cristiano Gatto Design Studio; a service included in our «specification», or by a designer of the owner’s choosing.
Thus, each Oceanic reflects the aspirations of its owners. Down to the smallest detail, each interior is customized especially for your yacht. You choose the wood species, mood board and styling. The passion we pour into the technical excellence of every Oceanic produced can only be achieved through the implementation of traditional craftsmanship. The Displanning Hull architecture of the Oceanic is a unique fixture. The hull has been designed with two steps and underwater exhausts generating a significant reduction of the buoyancy at displacement speed eliminating the symptomatic pitching movement of all planning hulls. When on plane, the effect of the steps conjugated to the underwater exhausts create an air cushion reducing frictions and increasing top speeds. The reduction of operational, maintenance and running costs remains a principal of primary importance with an Oceanic Yacht, while the desire to maintain rapid acceleration and fast speeds remain a priority. This apparently conflicting mandate has led to the solution of building our yachts in advanced composite materials. The method of construction and technology employed is admittedly more expensive than aluminum or steel, but this is far outweighed by its lightweight properties, resistance, and durability. Composite eliminates 100% of the corrosion issues and reduces by 80% electrolysis related problems, all while offering impact resistance two to three times greater than that of steel and aluminum.While hull and deck are made of GRP, the entire superstructure is made of lightweight Kevlar/Armat which allows lowering the center of gravity. The incredibly versatile Oceanic 95’ GT is available in multiple different interior layout versions.