Cold, crisp morning last weekend yacht codenamed Project Bravo left the box. It is reported by Megayacht News.
109-meter boat is considered as one of the most anticipated new Dutch shipyard in the current year. She expected not only because of its size. Largely this is due to its innovative spirit.
Technical launch Project Bravo, he Y718, was formally implemented in February 2017. In fact, then the boat moved to the pits Oceanco in Alblasserdam (Zuid-Holland). Details to consider her in that moment was not possible. However, now we see the work of Nuvolari-Lenard in all its glory. Especially pay attention to how the nose with a vertical bow and sharp angles combined with softly rounded in the aft.
Bravo is the first project Oceanco, built in accordance with the new design concept called LIFE.
Note that LIFE is an abbreviation of four adjectives describing the boat: lengthened, innovative, fuel-efficient, eco-friendly (long, innovative, economical and environmentally “friendly”).
Bravo has a length of (109 meters) and width (16,3 m), comparable to other megayachts in this size segment. However, it looks quite compact.
“Our approach to Bravo was to preserve the elegant profile, without sacrificing any interior space. The Studio needed to “raise the bar”, given that we have previously worked with Oceanco on several projects, such as the Black Pearl and Alfa Nero,” explains Dan Leonard (Dan Lenard) from the design Bureau Nuvolari-Lenard.
Bravo features a single-level engine room.
It has become a tradition in recent years that for a superyacht of impressive size was the characters two-level engine compartments. James Roy (James Roy), the Lateral head of the Naval Architects responsible for the architecture of the boat claims that this arrangement Bravo provides a new use of space, freeing space for luxury apartments.
According to Roy, in this work, and the hybrid powerplant, which occupies much less space compared to traditional motor. It is supplemented by a battery with “large” capacity. How significant? Full specifications, unfortunately, is currently unavailable. But, of course, the presence of hybrid propulsion has a positive impact on fuel efficiency and reduces harmful effects on the environment.
On the interiors of Bravo worked Studio Reymond Langton Design.