Highly anticipated superyacht Project Bravo emerged from Zwijnenburg shipbuilding at Oceanco‘s facilities in Capelle Aan Den IJssel in Netherlands last night. The 109m/357’7″ hull hit the water and is now getting prepared for an official launch in Summer 2018. While this project is still under development, and with many of us wondering how the second largest superyacht built by Oceanco would eventually look like, we bring you the fist few photos of the Oceanco’s Y718 project Bravo. All photos courtesy of Dutch Yachting.
Nuvolari-Lenard, the world-renowned designers, are responsible for her exterior design, while Reymond Langton Design is responsible for her interior. With the steel hull and aluminium construction, this superyacht provides plenty of living space and can sleep a total of 14 guests and a crew of 30.
Although many details have not been revealed, at this stage it is known that project Bravo will feature a helipad and will be able to carry two large tenders.
“Project Bravo is a revision of the Alfa Nero albeit wth 30 metres (98’43”) more length and seven years more experience. The yacht has 50% more volume than Alfa Nero but is still incredibly sleek and proportionate” – Dan Lenard.
Bespoke shipbuilder Oceanco specialises in the construction of large and luxurious superyachts. The shipbuilder has a highly professional team of naval architects, marine engineers and designers who ensure that every yacht is built to world class standard. One of the latest additions to the fleet of Oceanco is Y714 superyacht Jubilee. You can find more information, view images and watch videos here. Alternatively, view a selection of charter yacht built by Oceanco. For any further information, please get in touch with our brokers at CharterWorld.