Charter Yacht 'Ocean Emerald' Stars in Point Break 2015 Movie
Amongst a whirl of death-defying stunts and edge-of-your-seat action, protagonist of Point Break, Johnny Utah is spotted partying on board 41m/135ft superyacht 'Ocean Emerald' on his mission to infiltrate a gang of thieves with a penchant for extreme sports in the new trailer for the 2015 remake.
Expected for release this Christmas in 3D, the 2015 adaptation of the 1991 cult classic (starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves) will see Édgar Ramírez take up Swayze's role of Bodhi, starring alongside Luke Bracey as FBI agent Johnny Utah, with Ray Winstone also featuring a Angelo Pappas.
In the newly-released trailer, Johnny Utah is seen joining Bodhi on board the distinctive superyacht Ocean Emerald for one of the infamous heist gang's parties.
During filming, Ocean Emerald was spotted in Italy at the port of Brindisi, following filming in South Tyrol and the surrounding waters.
Johnny Utah is seen joining Bodhi on board the distinctive superyacht Ocean Emerald for one of the infamous heist gang's parties.
Part of the global charter fleet since 2009, Ocean Emerald has a unique backstory as the first of a series of three identical yachts designed by Sir Norman Foster.
Delivered by Italian shipyard Rodriquez Yachts, she was followed by M/Y Ocean Pearl in the autumn 2009 and M/Y Ocean Sapphire in the early part of 2010 - with plans for a fourth member of the Foster & Partners 'Ocean' series (planned for late 2010) never seeing the light of day.
Built for fractional ownership company which allows people to pay for a 1/8th shared ownership and spend a certain amount of time on board, the contemporary-styled Ocean Emerald maximises light and space (with 30% more interior and exterior space than similar vessels) and has five suites for up to 12 guests.
To find out more about renting luxury yacht Ocean Emerald, or any of her sisterships, please contact your preferred charter broker. Or take the time to browse all vessels available for a Italian Riviera luxury yacht charter.