Golden Yachts guarantees excellence and precision in every step towards taking delivery of, and cruising on your dream yacht. The construction of a yacht is tailored to suit the individual’s needs as style, elegance, and exclusivity are harmoniously pursued.
Golden Yachts is specialized in luxury yacht construction having its affiliated premises in Greece and co-operating with the best firms and sub-contractors in the country as well as in Europe.
Now, with full vertical integration Golden Yachts has implemented a ‘DESIGN AND BUILD’ strategy, where by the company is focused on providing clients a totally BESPOKE experience.
Leveraging its longstanding strategic collaborations, the company is uniquely positioned to construct a wide range of custom made yachts built accordingly to every client’s unique demands, no matter how sophisticated from a technical point of view they may be.
Having been in business for more than two decades, Golden Yachts takes pride in having constructed, converted and refit an impressive fleet of luxury custom yachts ranging from 28 metres to 85 metres.
The company’s range of activities has expanded over time. Golden Yachts began its activities in 1996 by consulting and supervising the construction of O’PARI at Intermarine SpA. In 1998, the company took over the yacht O’REA in which a total refit was undertaken. The next project was the conversion of the 85 m O’MEGA in China and her final outfitting that took place in our shipyard facilities. The 2000s, Golden Yachts undertook several projects, including the renovation of the fast-open 33 m O’ASIS that had been, built by Baglietto, the outfitting of three decks of O’RION, the consultancy and supervision of O’CEANOS at Mondo-Marine shipyard, the construction of the 52 m O’PTASIA and, her sister vessel O’NEIRO, as well as the 54 m O’RAMA. During the last five years, Golden Yachts has undertaken the construction of the open 39.5 m O’PATI, the 72 m O’PARI3, the 57 m O’MATHILDE and the 85 m O’PTASIA. Golden Yachts is currently working on the flagship GY95 project.