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New 109m Oceanco launched

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Holland-based yacht builder Oceanco launched its 357-foot (109m) Project Bravo on Nov. 17. Bravo is the first Oceanco to use the company’s new LIFE (lengthened, innovative, fuel-efficient and eco-friendly) design, according to a statement from the Dutch yard.

“The LIFE design’s use of advanced hybrid propulsion incorporating significant battery capability, combined with a single-tier engine room allows novel use of space to deliver areas of outstanding luxury accommodation,” stated James Roy, director of Lateral Naval Architects, which handled the yacht’s naval architecture.

Nuvolari Lenard was responsible for the yacht’s exterior design and layout, with interior design by Reymond Langton Design.

“After the innovations introduced with Alfa Nero, Oceanco asked us to raise the bar and create another remarkable and revolutionary design,” stated Dan Lenard, senior partner of Nuvolari-Lenard.

Owner’s representative was Burgess.

For more information, visit oceancoyacht.com.

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