The Divergence 45′

May 12, 2020 | new yachts, News, yacht, yachting | 0 comments

Our yacht insurance specialists have fallen for Ocean Alexander’s recent release.

We admire Ocean Alexander for operating their family-owned company for nearly four decades by two generations. Known for their inboards, the Divergence 45′ is the first outboard in their fleet. It made big waves at the Miami Yacht Show for its luxury features, courtesy of designer Evan Marshall. This yacht has earned great press.

If you are familiar with the yacht market, you’ll know that Marshall is a celebrated designer who specializes in megayachts. The Divergence is the smallest and first center console vessel he has designed – a deviation from Marshall’s routine.

A lot of the press for the Divergence has focused on its revolutionary, patented feature on both port and starboard, described in the company’s promotional literature as “a door-within-a-door-fold-out bulwark (US Pat. No. 10,106,227).” The innovation expands the standard beam from under 14′ to almost 20′ at full extension.

Ocean Alexander Divergence 45 yacht
Ocean Alexander Divergence 45′ – Global Marine Insurance Yacht of the Month

The Divergence boasts four Mercury Verado 350 engines and the ability for owners to tailor the interior configuration in more than 400 ways to suit their tastes and unique requirements. This flexibility allows for personal touches and maximizing the space onboard for a variety of purposes. You can smoothly transition from fishing to entertaining, or long-distance travel.

Whether you’re the captain of a new yacht or a seasoned pontoon, our marine insurance specialists can identify and share the best insurance options for your unique needs. Contact the yacht insurance professionals at Global Marine Insurance today for a quote.

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