New images of mega-yachts from Oceanco Moonstone

Since the presentation at the Dubai International Boat Show in March this year, the concept of a 90-metre yacht Moonstone and the case attracted the attention of the Internet audience. Interest in the project itself stirs the shipyard Oceanco, which created it, and now, hoping to find a customer, occasionally reveals details of mega-yachts, sharing the new facts, pictures and video.

Today, the Builder offers to evaluate, what colors can play a case Moonstone. The innovative lighting technology and projection – the same miracle, which enthusiastically told visitors yacht exhibition in Dubai allows real-time to “draw” aboard mega-yachts paintings and landscapes.

Warning any skepticism, the designers from Van Geest Design, participated in developing the concept together with Oceanco and Temeloy Studio Advanced Lighting Design, commented:

“It’s not just the design. It really is existing and working technology. They were tested before becoming part of project Moonstone”.

In the case of mega-yachts can be projected quite an image not just wish the owner, and even video – from simple abstract designs and camouflage colorful realistic scenes like a sunset or a meteor shower in the night sky.

Image transfer 300 independent projectors. The same additionally installed in the pool in the aft of the vessel, in a Jacuzzi on the upper deck and below the waterline. Nourish the whole system of 70 square meters of solar panels and batteries with a capacity for three hours of continuous use.

Among the more “mundane” features Moonstone – a private deck which is reserved exclusively for apartments, living room and office owner. On Board there is a large gym, a Spa, a cinema, a landing area and two garage for tender, jet skis and submarines. The ship has a capacity of 14 passengers and 29 crew members. The maximum speed of the mega-yachts of 18.3 knots.

    Constantine Kuhlow
    Author ruYachts

    Editor, co-founder of the portal ruYachts.com.

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  • © Photo-materials: Oceanco / Van Geest Design

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