OCEA delivers "ELISABET"


The OCEA Commuter 155 “ELISABET” was delivered to her owner at OCEA shipyard in Les Sables d’Olonne in early October.




Launched in June in Les Sables d’Olonne, this 47 m yacht has been designed by the naval architect office JOUBERT/NIVELT. After a period of trials, “ELISABET” was delivered in early October and has since left Les Sables d’Olonne for the Mediterranean Sea.


In accordance with the design brief of all OCEA yachts, “ELISABET” is destined for extended cruises to the most secluded places. Her hull has been reinforced for ice navigation, and she offers a helipad located on the bridge deck aft. The main characteristics of “ELISABET” are:

  • Naval architect: Joubert/Nivelt
  • Builder: OCEA
  • Length overall: 47.00 m
  • Bream: 8.50 m
  • Max draft: 2.15 m
  • Displacement: 230 tons
  • Max speed: 18.0 kts
  • Cruising speed: 15.5 kts
  • Range: 4 500 nm @ 10.0 kts
  • Engines: 2 x Caterpillar C32 Acert rating HD 1300 bhp
  • Fuel capacity: 40 000 lts
  • Fresh water capacity: 6 000 lts
  • Hull: Aluminium
  • Superstructure: Aluminium
  • Classification: Bureau Veritas
  • Certification: MCA
  • 1 Owner’s stateroom
  • 4 Guests staterooms
  • Crew quarters for 10


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