Delivered on the 20th of December, BRAVO EUGENIA is part of a new ethos for the shipyard, which has created the LIFE Design (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel Efficient and Eco-Friendly). Her naval architecture and engineering is the work of Lateral, while Nuvolari Lenard worked on her exterior appearance and Reymond Langton Design produced her interiors, which were fast-tracked since her launch on November 17.
Nuvolari Lenard created a sporty low profile in silvery white, accented by a black waterline, bow and foredeck that further enhances her silhouette. The bow, in particular, has room for a helideck, and another helipad is placed to the aft. A sizeable tender garage allows for an extensive range of water toys to be stored on board, while the lower deck interior treats guests to a spa containing a steam room, sauna, massage room, plunge pool and rain shower as well as a gym and beach club. Reymond Langton Design chose light maple wood and white pearl lacquer with accents in ebony and walnut for contrast.
As a result of her single-tiered engine room, she has a long and slender hull shape that allows for greater space in the guest accommodation as well as reducing the overall propulsion power needed. Her sea trials were undertaken in winter conditions and she met and exceeded her targets and projected performance levels. M/Y BRAVO EUGENIA will be returning to the shipyard early in 2019 for some finishing touches.