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Ocean Alexander Closes Out 2013 with Sale of Ocean Alexander 120 and Two Additional New Orders

December 18, 2013

KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN – Alexander Marine, the manufacturer of Ocean Alexander yachts, is pleased to announce the recent sale of the Ocean Alexander 120 as well as orders for two new yachts for the US.

Chris June from Ocean Alexander of Florida, in collaboration with Brian Commette of Northrop & Johnson, successfully completed the transaction for the sale of the Ocean Alexander 120 Tri-Level Megayacht in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is the first Ocean Alexander yacht purchased by the new owners and they are impressed with our build partnership with Christensen Yachts, Ltd. This experienced yachting family plans to take the yacht immediately to the Caribbean to enjoy the remainder of the winter cruising season. Afterwards, they will take the OA 120 to the Mediterranean for the summer season. Ocean Alexander wishes to express thanks to all its suppliers and technicians who put the finishing touches on this extraordinary yacht.

Ray Prokorym from Ocean Alexander’s Seattle office recently completed the order for a new Ocean Alexander 78 Motoryacht. This OA 78 order is the customer’s second new Ocean Alexander and his first factory order. The new 78 motoryacht with the sky lounge option was the right configuration he was looking for in a new vessel. He was very pleased with the experience owning his first OA, a 68 motoryacht. The boat performed to his satisfaction and the sales and service support exceeded his expectations. Ordering a new OA 78 has given the family an opportunity to use their considerable cruising experience to ensure small but important, personalized details are integrated into the new build.

Lastly, JR Wills from Ocean Alexander’s California office also secured a new order for an Ocean Alexander 72 Motoryacht. This is the second custom order for this owner; his first was an OA 62 that he took delivery of just a year ago. The owner has enjoyed cruising in Mexico so much with his OA 62, he decided he wanted more space to accommodate longer voyages. He especially liked the galley layout with the island on the OA 72, allowing for incredible interior volume in the galley and pilothouse area. They anticipate taking delivery in fall of 2014.