Oceanline Luxury Custom Motor Yacht Raised Pilothouse
Custom built in 2009 by Oceanline Shipyard. This is luxury vessel with sophisticated exterior
and engineering designed by Mulder Design, with perfectly planned interior which was work of
Studio Art Line. Blue Mamba is an unique yacht which can’t pass unnoticed, she is a real piece
of naval art. She is both contemporary and innovative, the interior has accommodation for 12
guests in 6 cabins.
She looks fast and she is fast, able to reach a maximum speed of 26 knots. Bow and stern thrusters ensure that she is easily manoeuvrable.
LOA: 127′ 0″ (38.71m)
Beam: 24′ 8″ (7.52m)
Max Draft: 8′ 1″ (2.46m)
Hull Material: Composite
Hull Designer: Mulder Design
Tonnage: 165 GT
Range: 845 Miles
Int Designer: Art-Line (Holland)
Fuel Capacity: 25,200 l (6,657 g)
Water Capacity: 4,500 l (1,189 g)
Holding Tank: 1,300 l (343 g)
Year: Mfg-2009 Model-2009
Type: Motor Yacht Raised Pilothouse
Cruising Speed: 14 knots @ 1200 RPM
Max Speed: 28 knots @ 2100 RPM
Engines: Twin, Inboard, Diesel, 12V4000 M90, MTU
Engine Hours: 2143hrs / 1999hrs (May 2017.)
Quarters: 3 crew cabins
Captain Cabin: Yes
Classifications: Bureau Veritas
Of all the things that man has made, now is so full of interest and charm, none
possesses so distinct a life and character of its own, as a ship.
-Henry Van Dyke
The Art-Line interior is using a mixture of materials such as leather, teak, marble, and alcantara.
Colours are neutral, creating a warm and relaxing environment. Large windows throughout
ensure good natural light with adjustable lighting to vary the mood after dark.
On entering from the aft deck, there is a lounge area of comfortable, low, brown leather seating
perfect for watching a movie on the 52” Sharp Aquos TV and enjoying perfect sound through the
In the middle of the saloon is a central dining table for up to 12 guests. This is surrounded by
Carrara marble floor. The table can be raised and a leaf removed, to form a bar. The chairs
around the table are also height adjustable to transform them from dining chairs to bar stools. A
raised platform to starboard with 2 leather armchairs and poof is perfect for a game of chess.
Port side forward is the well equipped galley.
A spiral staircase takes one either up to the bridge or sundeck or down to the 4 guest cabins.
The Master Cabin is on the main deck, forward. It is very bright with large windows and has a 37
inch flat screen Sharp TV, electric blinds, and generous closet/storage space. It has an
impressive sunken bathroom down a short flight of steps, with bath tub, twin basins, shower and
The VIP cabin is located forward on the lower deck and is accessed via a staircase just aft of
the master cabin entrance. It has a 32 inch Sharp TV and has an ensuite shower room,
wardrobe, and internet connection.
On the lower deck are 4 guest cabins: two double and two twin. All cabins are en suite with
showers. They also have wardrobes, 26” Samsung TV/Audio and internet connection.
On the starboard side amidships of the lower deck are 2 x twin cabins for stewardesses,
deckhand and engineer. Both are ensuite with showers. To port is the Captain’s cabin with a
double bed and ensuite bathroom. The crew mess is between these two sets of cabins and
comprises round table and chairs large enough for all crew to