Puro power

Ocean Alexander has revealed details of its new Puro series ahead of the debut of the 35P model at the 2024 Palm Beach International Boat Show.

Photography by Ocean Alexander

11 March 2024


Taiwanese yacht manufacturer Ocean Alexander has launched its new Puro series and will debut the 35P model at the upcoming 2024 Palm Beach International Boat Show in Florida.

The Ocean Alexander 35P is a collaboration between Italian designer Giorgio M. Cassetta and naval architect Andrea Agrusta of NavalHead. The result is a yacht that aims to balance entertaining spaces with a chiselled exterior and robust performance.

“We are excited to unveil the 35P to the world at Palm Beach,” says Dan Mundy, Head of Global Operations at Ocean Alexander, which has facilities in Taiwan and the US.

“The 35P embodies our dedication to pushing the boundaries of luxury and innovation, offering an unmatched yachting experience.”

The Ocean Alexander 35P has an overall length of 34.6 metres and a beam of 7.44 metres, ensuring ample space and stability on the water.


Inside, the yacht offers accommodation for 10 guests and bespoke amenities, catering to various tastes.

The 35P is powered by Twin MAN engines, each delivering 2,000 hp, combined with a Twin Kohler 55-kW generator. The yacht has a fuel capacity of 19,040 litres, enabling extensive cruising ranges.

The Ocean Alexander 35P will be displayed at the Palm Beach International Boat Show from 21 to 24 March 2024, which takes place along Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach.

One of the largest boat shows in Florida, the Palm Beach International Boat Show showcases a vast array of yachts and yachting accessories, together worth a total of over US$1.2bn.

The shipyard’s dealers, MarineMax Yachts and Alexander Marine USA will be available to provide further insights.



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