Following her launch last month, Oceanco is putting its latest superyacht through its paces this week off the coast of Holland where the 109-metre project Bravo (Y718) is undergoing a series of manoeuvrability and stability tests ahead of her delivery.
Featuring star team consisting of Nuvolari Lenard as exterior designers and Reymond Langton as the studio behind the interiors on board. Lateral Naval Architects developed the LIFE (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel-efficient and Eco-Friendly) platform on which Bravo is built which focus on a combination of design and engineering factors that ultimately create a more enjoyable experience on board for guests and crew.
One of Oceanco's most advanced superyachts, project Bravo's single-tier engine room is equipped with a hybrid prolusion that is supported by a significant battery capability for a more eco-friendly cruising experience according to the LIFE principles the yacht is based on.
Interior spaces are described as 'warm' and 'inviting' by Reymond Langton who worked with artisans and craftsmen to create truly one-of-a-kind guest areas on board. Stay tuned for an even closer look at this exciting project as more information becomes available.