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Introducing the Oceana 138’ (42m) Super-Yacht

Introducing the Oceana 138’ (42m)

Connor and Associates is pleased to present the premier Oceana 138, a 42 meter, (138’) the first of a series of luxury composite motor yachts to be built in Australia and New Zealand utilizing a new variable mould for the production of composite hulls from 26 meter (85’) to 42 meter (138’) which will lower production costs and shorten delivery time.

The Superyacht Award winning team at Craig Loomes Design Group has designed the vessel to incorporate modern styling with a classical function.

The yacht has been optimized for family use through-out North America with an emphasis on ease of operation with less crew, family entertainment areas, “country” kitchen, safe, easy water access and extensive storage for sports equipment.


The accommodations include an on deck master stateroom with unique window views, 4 guest staterooms and crew accommodations for a maximum of five.

The project is currently out to bid for construction in Australia and New Zealand. Please contact Connor and Associates at mailto: mailto:info@connorassociates.co.nz for more information.

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