Espiritu Santo back at OCEA's shipyard

 

ESPIRITU SANTO is back at OCEA's shipyard for refit work.

 

Launched in 2002, ESPIRITU SANTO is the first yacht built by OCEA. For its maiden voyage ESPIRITU SANTO crossed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans from Les Sables d'Olonne to Auckland and joined the fleet of vessels accompanying the America's Cup 2002/2003 organized by New Zealand.

 

Espiritu Santo Maiden voyage

ESPIRITU SANTO's maiden voyage

 


In her 13 years of existence, ESPIRITU SANTO sailed over 15,000 hours between Alaska and the Pacific Islands.

 

 

Espiritu Santo Alaska

Cruising in Alaska

 

 

Espiritu Santo Liberty NYC

 Stopover in New York

 

 

Espiritu Santo WTC NYC

Stopover in New York

 

ESPIRITU SANTO is back at OCEA's shipyard until next spring. She is undergoing extensive modifications, including a hull extension, maintenance, an overhaul of engines and complete painting of the yacht.

 

 

Espiritu Santo de retour au chantier OCEA

 ESPIRITU SANTO back at OCEA's shipyard

 

By welcoming ESPIRITU SANTO in Les Sables d'Olonne, OCEA confirms its commitment to expand its offer in the transformation and maintenance of yachts.

 

ESPIRITU SANTO Specifications

YEAR BUILT
2002   DISPLACEMENT 180 tons
TYPE OF YACHT
OCEA Classic 100   ENGINES 2 x 475 bhp BAUDOUIN
NAVAL ARCHITECT Joubert / Nivelt   MAX SPEED
13,0 kts
INTERIOR DESIGN
Olivier Flahault   CRUISING SPEED 10,0 kts
CLASSIFICATION Lloyd’s Register / MCA   RANGE 4 500 nm @ 10 knots
LENGTH OVERALL 30.00 m   FUEL CAPACITY 35 000 lts
BEAM 7.40 m   GUESTS 8 in 4 staterooms
MAX DRAFT 2.25 m   CREW 4

 

 

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