Oxo is a 55-meter catamaran designed by the Slovenian design studio Vom Creations. Up to 10 guests on board, with a swimming pool that turns into a heliport. The hybrid propulsion system also pays special attention to the environment. Naval architecture by Justin Yacht Design.
Vom Creations offers a catamaran explorer in the name of comfort. Oxo promises to offer the owner and his guests plenty of space onboard. The semi-displacement steel hull aims to minimize vertical acceleration (soft ride) and offers extreme stability even in difficult open sea conditions. The lines have been optimized with CFD and electric/diesel propulsion, guaranteeing excellent performance.
Oxo boasts a fresh or saltwater pool that can be transformed into a heliport at the touch of a button. The spacious main deck is also equipped with a bar, while the beach club at the water level has ample storage space for all the owner’s toys, such as a tender and two jet skis.
Oxo’s interiors have been designed in-house, with the intention of blending elegance and comfort. At the top, the owner’s cabin has private access to the sundeck with Jacuzzi. The interiors open on all three levels, offering numerous private and entertainment spaces.
|Main engines||2x ABB Azipod CO861 (1500 kW)|
|Auxiliary||4x 800 kVA|
|Cruising speed||12 knt|
|Top speed||16 knt|
|Range||12knt = 5000 nm|
(Vom Creations unveils catamaran yacht concept Oxo – Barchemagazine.com – Luglio 2020)