Your eyes are not deceiving you. Symmetry, created by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, is symmetrical. Similarly, the 590’6” (180-meter) megayacht is further intended to cruise in either direction. And yes, it’s all feasible. Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design consulted BMT Nigel Gee to develop the engineering package. In keeping with the theme of balance, Symmetry was
Oceanco DP028, code-named Primadonna, is the newest concept project from the Dutch builder. She was created with styling by Hot Lab Yacht & Design. Although she’ll be formally presented at Oceanco’s stand during the Monaco Yacht Show, both builder and stylist are revealing a sneak peek now. The 361-foot (110-meter) Primadonna employs a hull design
Oceanco is strengthening its focus on the ultra-large megayacht market. It’s expanding its facilities, for example, to build even bigger boats. Among the design proposals it may build in those facilities is DP017 – Dana. With styling unmistakably by Tim Heywood, the 344’5” (105-meter) DP017 – Dana has abundant deck space for an ultra-exclusive lifestyle.
Oceanco is among the builders squarely taking aim at the upper end of the megayacht market. As such, upon contract, it’s prepared to build this 361-foot (110-meter) project. Rialto, “rise” or “ascent” in Italian, is fittingly styled by Venice-based Nuvolari-Lenard. The styling of Rialto fits in with the overall Oceanco family feel, while still standing
Megayacht designers, suppliers, and more will make their way to the Solent in the UK in June for the annual International Superyacht Society Regatta, for fun and for fund raising. The ISS Regatta, from June 7 to 9, will benefit Sail 4 Cancer for the first time. The ISS Regatta was established to emphasizes camaraderie
Three-hundred sixty-one feet. That’s what 110 meters works out to, and that’s the length of a concept project that Nuvolari-Lenard styled for Oceanco and that the duo feels confident will attract attention. DP002, as Oceanco refers to the concept megayacht, was unveiled in model form at the Monaco Yacht Show. She bears naval architecture by