Oceanco Presented the 334ft Project Spectrum at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

A world-class builder of custom superyachts in the 80–140 meters range Oceanco, has presented the 334ft Project Spectrum at the 2016 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III, President/CEO of Show Management, performed the honors of unveiling the spectacular new scale model.

Project Spectrum, the brainchild of Nauta Design and Oceanco, is developed to comprise a broad range of possibilities, both in terms of her propulsion system and her living spaces. She boasts a sophisticated  hull shape which in conjunction with the hybrid propulsion system enables Spectrum to cruise in a variety of efficient modes. She maintains a sleek, streamlined profile, which allows lower resistance through the water.

LuxExpose OceancoSpectrum 1Oceanco’s Spectrum boasts five decks that house double owner’s suite with private exterior deck 2 VIP Suites with private balconies and 4 Guest suites. The lower deck features a wellness suite with sauna, steam room, beauty treatment area and massage rooms, with two terraces opening symmetrically port and starboard from the massage room and gym areas. The upper deck serves as the owners’ deck with a panoramic-view forward from the owners’ suite and direct access to a private spa pool and sitting area. The forward deck is equipped with a touch- and- go helicopter-landing pad. Aft is an additional salon and bar area, which can form part of the owner’s private area or be opened to the other guests onboard. The secluded owner’s deck aft is ideal for alfresco dining.

The bridge deck houses the command center with a large helm area, two wing stations and a Portuguese bridge. The central lift serves all five decks. A further guest lounge is located aft on the bridge deck, with a 3m X 3m Jacuzzi on the aft deck.

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