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Italian yacht builder Ocean King has a new model: the 34m New Classic 108, a 350-ton explorer yacht built with a heavy displacement double-bottomed Grade A steel hull with aluminum superstructure, according to a company press release.

Developed in conjunction with VYD Studio, of Trieste, the yacht has an 8.3m beam and four decks. With a fuel capacity of more than 50,000 liters and powered by twin MAN 588kW, the New Classic 108 is capable of crossing the Atlantic and back on a single tank of fuel, according to Ocean King.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer our customers a class and price-beating model that we are confident will stun the explorer yacht world,” stated Alberto Ballarin, of Ocean King.

Meanwhile, construction has begun on a 118 model from Ocean King’s Ducale series for delivery in summer 2020 and a debut at next year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.

For more information, visit oceanking.it.

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