The motor yacht
that feels like a sailboat

Expressing the belief that progress is seen with an eye to the past as well as the future, the OT–60 proposes a simpler vision of sustainability. The OT–60 heralds a renewed return to the traditional Eastern Mediterranean seagoing style. The perfect combination of the quiet, easygoing lifestyle of sailing and the convenience and space of a power yacht makes the journey as enjoyable as the destination with a very low fuel consumption.


The interior and exterior design by Lorenzo Argento slims and streamlines the recovered volumes, with clear-headed styling by Ciarmoli Queda Studio. Large windows encircle the deckhouse, providing a nearly perfect 360-degree view and opening for natural ventilation. The abundance of natural light is such that no reflective surfaces were needed.

Not all the lower deck is actually “below deck” on the OT–60. Coming down the stairs, guests land in an open-concept, double-deck height annex between the staterooms, which is so spacious as to accommodate a galley and indoor dining arrangement.
In addition there are two lower deck layouts available, with three or four cabins respectively – always providing each cabin with a private bathroom.


Compact, quiet, and efficient engines propel the OT60’s Eco-Cruise hull, made to measure by Juan Kouyoumdjian to enhance the yacht’s seakeeping and efficiency for Mediterranean island hopping. Aiming to cruise sustainably in all senses, the OT60 offers a considerable range – 1000NM at 8kn – consuming just 1.25 litres per mile.