The Ocean Alexander 58 is a 58-foot flybridge motoryacht produced by renowned Taiwan-based shipyard between 2006 and 2010. Sporting sleek lines and a classic profile, this vessel was designed by iconic naval stylist Ed Monk Jr., who has crafted an adaptable coastal cruiser that is compact enough to be manned by owner-operators but large enough to live on. Authentic wood interiors, breezy outdoor lounge spaces and plenty of below-deck accommodation are sure to keep this handsome model in high demand for years to come on the used and charter markets.
Designated as a pilothouse yacht, the 58 by Ocean Alexander Yachts boasts a spacious flybridge with a hardtop canopy that can be enjoyed as a fully open skydeck or enclosed by Plexiglass protection depending on the sort of climate you wish to traverse. There is a centrally-positioned upper helm on this level with superb visibility, as well as a pair of sofas, a breakfast table and a wet bar with an integrated grill. To the rear of the bridge there is the possibility of keeping a set of sun-loungers or using this space as a tender storage area.
There is room in the shaded aft cockpit to install a dining table or a transom sofa, while another wet-bar with a Gaggenau grill out here will keep guests refreshed and nourished. Side steps lead down to a fixed swimming platform with metal guardrails from where you can wet your toes or embark on ambitious swimming jaunts.
Glossy Burmese teak and burled camphor woodwork predominate throughout the sedate salon, where you will also enjoy plush carpeting or Afromosia wood underfoot, cream leatherette furnishings, chunky steel fixtures, rounded side windows, mood lighting and a home entertainment system framed by handsome timber pillars. There is a large L-shaped sofa and a pair of armchairs in here, surrounding a bespoke coffee table and a side desk, while a set of steps and a bulkhead separate salon from forward galley. This walk-in kitchen features black granite work surfaces, a Gaggenau convection oven and a four-zone hob, a double-width Amana fridge-freezer tower with a water dispenser, a Fischer & Paykel dishwasher, a steel Franke sink and plenty of storage. The galley sits alongside a forward dining lounge with a U-shaped sofa and a main deck helm station that boasts a Stidd helm chair, a set of Glendinning controls, a pair of Raymarine E12 display screens, Caterpillar engine feedback, a Ritchie compass, Simrad autopilot, bow thruster controls and a skipper’s door.
There is room for up to six overnight guests across a well-appointed and tastefully arranged lower-deck with a port-side twin, an en-suite double and a full beam, amidship master cabin. The amidship room features a queen-sized island bed, a pair of bedside cabinets, a pair of vast, cedar-lined lockers and rounded timber accents that could be lifted from a luxury ocean liner, as well as an en-suite finished in granite with a waterfall shower cubicle.
Twin 700MHP Caterpillar C-12 diesel engines roar this vessel to top speeds of over 20 knots with cruising speeds clocking in at around 13 knots.