Builder : Tansu Yachts
Year : 2010
Refit : 2018
Type : Fly
Length : 33.75 m
Beam : 7.40 m
Draft : 2.00 m
Engines : 2 x CATERPILLAR C32 1825hp
Max speed : 16.00 nœuds
Cruising speed : 13.00 nœuds
Fuel consumption : 280 l/h
Hull configuration : Semi-displacement
Stabilisers at anchor
Cabins : 5
Configuration : 1 Master | 2 Double | 2 Twin
Guests Cruising : 13
Guests Sleeping : 12
Guests Quayside Events : 60
Crew : 6
Air conditioning, , Paddles, , Snorkelling Equipment, , Wake Board,
Tender williams 505 | 2 sea bob | 2 jet ski | 1 fly board | 3 paddle | Ski water ski | Wake board | Bouy | Snorkling gear
Summer operating areas: W. Med - Riviera|Corsica|Sardinia
Winter operating areas: W. Med - Riviera|Corsica|Sardinia
Summer operating areas:
Refit/Maintenance Details: Huge refit in 2018 Superstructure painting - interior design refit - new subbed area - New toys & tender -
The M/Y Obo was built in 2010 by Tansu and last refitted in 2018. Previously named Ceylan, Obo is victim of its own success for her beautiful exterior and interior design also by Tansu.
Obo features 5 staterooms offering accommodation for 13 passengers. 1 Master, 2 Double and 2 Twin. As well as 6 crew members.
She’s built with Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure. This custom displacement yacht is equipped with an ultra-modern stabilization system which reduces roll motion effect and results in a smoother more enjoyable cruising experience. She features ‘at anchor stabilisers’ which work at zero speed to increase onboard comfort at anchor and on rough waters. Obo is built to comply to MCA standards. The main deck cockpit offers a splendid outdoor living area with port and starboard L-shaped sofas and tables that can be elevated for dining or lowered for casual living. Two daybeds are placed in the sunshine behind the lounge and farther aft the deck is used to store the motorized water toys and tenders which are launched and retrieved using two Davit cranes. Steps led down to the swim platform and ladder easy access to the water for guests of all ages.
Obo’s upper deck is a lavish entertainment and sunbathing space with plush sunpads covering the port and starboard sides to the aft and an impressive alfresco dining table placed behind the covered alfresco bar. The decking leads around to the foredeck where two additional sun pads stretch towards the bow.