The Ocean Alexander 36 Legend is a 116.6-foot superyacht first presented by the Taiwan-based shipyard at the 2020 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. An elegant profile with graceful lines and a flared bow is sure to impress, hinting at the luxury and refinement on board. SI Yachts has expert sales professional on staff that can assist you with finding the perfect Ocean Alexander Yacht for sale that fits your budget and needs.
An oversized aft swim platform acts as a terrace for the deluxe beach club with a full wet bar, L-shaped sofa, TV, and contrasting wood and light-toned wall panels that elevate the mood. Stairs on either side lead to the aft cockpit area partly shaded by the flybridge overhang. A U-shaped sofa with coffee table acts is the central zone for chatting and mingling, while a forward L-shaped wet bar with stool seating. Sun lounges and other modular seating can also be configured. Large sliding glass doors allow entry to the salon and open fully to the cockpit, creating an even larger, open space to entertain.
The salon introduces the yacht’s Evan K. Marshall-designed interiors, a blend of near-seamless panoramic glazing that draws the eye toward the sea and rich, hearty wood accents and cabinetry that impart a grounded feeling. An extensive L-shaped sofa snakes around the portside corner of the space, with facing armchairs and a coffee table. A forward dining table seats up to 10 guests, perfect for more formal meals. Just ahead of the dining area is a spacious enclosed galley kitchen, perfect for accommodating large groups or special celebrations. It is outfitted with wraparound countertops and plenty of storage throughout, a large standing freezer, kitchen island, stainless-steel sink, oven, and cooktop.
The owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck past the galley. A king-size bed sits against the wall, facing the bow window and flanked by side windows. A night head adjacent to the bed features a sink and toilet. A portside vanity faces the sea, while a starboard sofa is perfect for curling up with a book. Down a gentle forward staircase, a foyer with an overhead skylight leads a the second en suite. A private oasis, this bathroom boasts a marble Jacuzzi tub, his-and-hers washbasins, a bidet, and an oversized shower with seating.
The bridge deck is one of the standout features on this yacht. A large aft deck provides space for tender and a crane to launch it; when not in use, sun lounges can be placed facing the stern, looking out to sea. Just forward is a portside wet bar that wraps around the deck, featuring a fridge, grill, sink, and icemaker. To starboard, you’ll find U-shaped seating and a long dining table perfect for al fresco meals. Sliding glass doors open onto an enclosed forward lounge which features further seating and dining options, as well as the pilothouse that comes equipped with a Stidd seat, three 19” multifunction displays with touchscreens, GMR radar, autopilot, Furuno GPS, and other electronics. Portside stairs lead up to the phenomenal sky deck, another enclosed area with a covered bar and a settee, perfect for moonlit cocktails. A forward observation deck with a raised Jacuzzi covered by a hardtop and surrounded by C-shaped sunpads. An aft boat deck can house a tender and personal watercraft with plenty of spare room.
A staircase just forward of the main deck day head leads to a hallway with access to four staterooms. Two almost identical VIP guest suites sit aft and feature queen sized beds, loveseats, nightstands, vanities, and televisions. Finished to the highest standard with plenty of natural light from hull windows and en suite bathrooms with glass walk-in showers with bench seating, marble flooring, and stone faces. Just forward are two cabin each with two twin beds and en suite bathrooms.
Crew cabins are found aft of the engine room and can be accessed via the beach club or a companionway in the salon. The crew quarters features a small galley, a double captain’s room with en suite, and two single bunk cabins with shared access to a day head. The 36L is powered by twin MAN V12 engines reaches top speeds upwards of 26 knots, but fuel consumption becomes more efficient the slower you cruise.