Fractional Yacht Ownership in the Virgin Islands
The Virgin Islands are made up of more than 80 islands and islets at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, which separates the Atlantic Ocean from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, and Anegada are the major British islands of this storied archipelago.
Rich in pirate folklore, and made famous by the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson, the Virgin Islands offer some of the best yachting to be had anywhere on the planet. The smaller islands, many perfect for daytime snorkelling trips as well as overnight stays, add to the mix of tropical delights, where you can be as relaxed or as active as you like. After slipping away from the dock, you will be perfectly positioned in the Sir Francis Drake Channel, the gateway to Paradise.
Your syndicated yacht will transport you to a place where tranquil turquoise waters lap softly against the hull of your yacht while giant swaths of tropical fish dart just below the surface. Everywhere are white-sand beaches fringed with towering palm trees and picturesque ramshackle beach bars. Other islands remain uninhabited and are just waiting to be explored.
Crystal clear waters, picture-perfect beaches, scenic anchorages and well-equipped marinas make the Virgin Islands an ideal destination for every fractional owner. Easy island hops, consistent breezes, line-of-sight navigation and numerous safe anchorages and mooring locations make this a yacht owners dream boating area.
Ocean Alexander 120′
LOA: 120 ft 0 in Beam: 25 ft 2 in LWL: 102 ft 10 in Displacement: 395000 lbs Half Load
Total Power: 3840 HP Engine 1 Engine Brand: MTU Engine Model: 12V2000 M94 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Power: 1920 HP Engine 2 Engine Brand: MTU Engine Model: 12V2000 M94 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Power: 1920 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (1200 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (7000 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (850 Gallons)
Ocean Alexander 120 Syndicate Information
We work closely with this market leading fractional syndicator who specialise in superyacht and even some megayacht fractions.
They are a member of the Fractional Association and are renowned for their professionalism and expertise in fractional yacht management.
This operation has truly earned its place very much at the top end of the yacht syndication marketplace.
The new Ocean Alexander 120, though marketed under the Ocean Alexander name, is a collaboration that came from out-of-the-box thinking by two major boatbuilders, and the result is nothing short of spectacular.
So spectacular, in fact, that the OA 120 was named Best Overall Boat of the Year at the 2012 Active Interest Media Marine Group Editors’ Choice Awards literally one day after the yacht made her debut at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Ocean Alexander, whose primary market has been yachts between 60 and 80 feet (though they’ve built a 100-footer), was interested in a yacht in the 115- to 120-foot range. Richard Allender, the director of Ocean Alexander’s U.S. operations, could see the impact of the economic downturn and approached OA owner Johnny Chueh with a proposal—team up with a company already building large yachts rather than starting from scratch on their own.
Allender first needed a designer who had experience in large yachts and who could bring a fresh look to this largest-ever Ocean Alexander, and he settled on Evan K. Marshall, an American designer based in London who had a good feel for both American and European sensibilities.
She offers the ideal combination of European styling and a functional American style floor plan and space galore!