Price reduction on 126m OCTOPUSNow asking Euro 235,000,000
One of the most travelled yachts in the world with proven capability, even in the harshest climates, the 126m I 414ft Octopus was delivered by Lurssen in 2003. With naval architecture and exterior styling by Espen Øino, Octopus is built to Ice-class 1A and has two helipads: one forward and one aft with access to a large helicopter garage for two helicopters.
Her hull design includes an integrated dock with lock doors at the stern. It houses a 60-foot submarine capable of carrying ten people and a Hinckley tender. When the vessels are on board, the water is pumped out providing a drydock facility. In addition, Octopus carries seven other tenders including the 13.5m I 44ft custom Hinckley Talaria dive tender, an ROV and an array of water toys.
The interior was designed by Jonathan Quinn Barnett. Octopus has a dedicated Owner’s deck with a private elevator and an observation lounge. Overall, she can house 26 guests in 13 staterooms. Amenities include a large cinema and a recording studio with a purpose-designed floor to damp out low-frequency noise and vibration, a beach club, dive-center with hyperbaric chamber, a pool, gym, and a spa with hammam and sauna.
Octopus is powered by diesel-electric propulsion and can reach a maximum speed of 18 knots. At 14 knots she has a trans-Pacific range of 12,500 nm.
For an appointment, contact Stuart Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 954 328 6553. Please note that Octopus is not offered for sale to US residents while in US waters.