The 90 Ocean breaks new boundaries and creates a spectacular yacht that boasts a remarkable 20% increase in overall volume and nearly 30% more deck space, thanks not only to her substantial beam but also her upright bow that brings interior volume forward. The spacious Beach Club measuring over 6m x 4m is perfect for family and friends to socialise close to the water, perhaps utilising the built-in BBQ. The Bezenzoni ‘Ladder Gangway’ allows guests to effortlessly access the watersports on offer, after which they will be keen to use the oversized ‘rain shower’ before relaxing on the new transformational X-TEND™ sunbeds. The adjoining hydraulic platform provides ample space to house and launch a Jet Ski, a Williams 460 SportJet and two SeaBobs, housed in dedicated self-draining lockers. The flybridge is a staggering 25% larger than a comparable yacht, and owners can select an infinity spa pool and sideboard with a second integrated BBQ. A wet bar with stainless steel sink, drawer fridges, ice maker, and glass bar top is also available to make the most of this popular entertainment area. The carbon fibre hardtop with a full-width retractable canopy provides the shade for exceptionally generous seating and dining area that can be configured or left open-plan depending on the owner’s exact requirements. Its unique main deck, penthouse-style saloon and luxurious staterooms offer a new-found design direction and materials selection providing elegant interiors. The interior finish combines traditional elegance with contemporary updates. The layering of textural elements and the mix of furnishings and fabrics feels timeless with a modern twist that exudes sleek simplicity and sophistication. The generous saloon measures a remarkable 8.8m in length by 5.6m in width, providing space for sumptuous modular lounge seating and chaise longue to port. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the living accommodation with natural daylight complemented by sliding doors to port if required. A dedicated dining area for eight can be positioned to port or starboard whilst a contemporary apartment-style galley forward, with partition screens, offers plentiful space and direct side deck access for crew.