The Ocean Alexander 68 Motoryacht is a timeless 68.6-foot flybridge motoryacht first introduced by the Taiwan-based brand in 2004. Fine, sharp lines taper at the bow, giving this vessel a sporty, aggressive profile. A well-tested hull designed by Ed Monk Jr. is reliable and seaworthy, ideal for owner-operators or crewed charters. If you are in the market and are actively searching for an Ocean Alexander yacht for sale, contact SI Yachts today for expert advice to assist you in your journey.
Stairs on either side of the swim platform lead to the aft cockpit, a perfect spot for al fresco dining, with curved seating wrapped around a polished wood table. A wet bar sits to port, inviting you to rustle up some refreshments.
Sliding glass doors lead to the sedate salon, a chic mix of impeccably-finished cherrywood cabinetry and light-toned carpeting and upholstery. An open dining and living area greets you on entering, with a formal dining table for six to port and a starboard L-shaped sofa with a low-profile coffee table. Large windows all around the salon provide superb views and light. Two short steps up and you’ll find the forward section of this yacht, which features open galley and a curvy portside dinette. Wraparound granite countertops and a kitchen island, a JennAir French-door refrigerator and freezer, Gaggenau oven, JennAir microwave and convection oven, a dishwasher and a trash compactor. The forward helm features a single Stidd seat, a complete Garmin navigation package and four multifunction displays.
A portside companionway in the salon dining area leads to a full-beam king-sized owner’s suite. A flatscreen TV allows you to relax before turning in for the night. A queen VIP suite is located at the bow, just forward of a single cabin to port. Each guest cabin has its own en suite bathroom with shower. The crew quarters, accessed via a transom door, features a two-bunk twin cabin with a small built-in desk. A crew head with a shower stall provides a private place to freshen up, while a full height cedar hanging locker provides storage space.
Up on the flybridge, you’ll find plenty of space on the aft deck for tender and a launching crane. A forward seating area with a dining table sets the stage for moonlit, al fresco dinners, with a wet bar nearby for refreshments. The upper helm is situated forward and slightly starboard, with two Stidd seats and equipment identical to the lower helm. A hardtop shelters the helm and lounge areas so you can enjoy the outdoors come rain or shine.
The 68 Motoryacht is powered by 1000hp C-18 Caterpillar engines that hit tops speeds upwards of 23 knots and a cruise speed of 20 knots.