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Ocean Alexander

Show Debut - Ocean Alexander 100

By PMY Staff | Posted October 2014

The Ocean Alexander 100, debuting at the 2014 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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Ocean Alexander 90

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted May 2014

Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Ocean Alexander 90 The Ocean Alexander 90 is a big, burly motoryacht with onboard luxury to spare and impressively nimble performance attributes. Capt....

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Ocean Alexander 120

By Chris Caswell | Posted August 2013

Take two boatbuilders serving different markets and let them each play to their strengths in a single project. Chris Caswell takes a look at what you get with the new Ocean Alexander 120.

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Ocean Alexander 112

By Kevin Koenig | Posted November 2012

Power & Motoryacht's first look at the Ocean Alexander 112 trideck megayacht.

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Ocean Alexander 90

By Kevin Koenig | Posted February 2011

The 30-year-old boatbuilder Ocean Alexander is introducing a 90-footer that looks and feels like a much larger yacht. A wide 22-foot beam produces an airy feel throughout the vessel, particularly in...

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Ocean Alexander 83

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted April 2010

Bad Weather WarriorThis 83-footer out-Punches Poseidon on a foul test day.The sky was as gray as a battleship, and raindrops the size of marbles fell so hard onto the wooden-plank dock beneath my...

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Ocean Alexander 60

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted June 2009

I’m a reasonably social guy, meaning I either host or attend my fair share of civic events, dinner parties, and other lubberly hoorahs. But when it comes to long-distance cruising, I prefer traveling...

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Ocean Alexander 98 Cockpit

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted December 2005

I crossed the equator the first time onboard the oceangoing tug Betty Wood, and, barring a few initiation pranks by guys who were already card-carrying members of the "Royal Order of Shellbacks," the...

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Ocean Alexander 64 Pilothouse

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted August 2004

Back in the 1960’s, some West Coast brokers discovered that if they built boats in Taiwan, where the labor rate was a fraction of what it was in the United States, they could undercut domestic...

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