The aft main-deck infinity swimming pool has become synonymous with Nuvolari-Lenard Design and Oceanco Yachts. However, each time this stunning feature has been integrated into their yacht design, it has a new twist; witness the difference between the 2007 82m Alfa Nero’s pool and the one on the 2010 86m Seven Seas. The brand-new 120m Nuvolari-Lenard design commissioned by Oceanco takes both this signature pool feature and the yacht concept to completely new dimensions technologically and aesthetically. This is not a yacht that has been whipped up with a few hand drawings. Over the last 12 months, this design has been fully engineered and is ready to become a reality. Taking its inspiration from the masculine purposefulness of military ships, Nuvolari–Lenard has ensured that this yacht maintains elegant proportions. The ratio between superstructure volume and the hull length in order to achieve a sleek silhouette has been clearly defined. There are external glass elevators aft with imposing black funnels, and in between is a retractable hangar for a resident helicopter. On the forecastle deck is a certified SOLAS and CAP473 landing pad. The owner’s deck is situated just under the bridge deck (at the top) and is reserved exclusively for the owner and his party; an external glass elevator connects the owner’s deck with all the decks. A tender bay is in the lower deck. One deck lower is the VIP domain where large cabins have doors opening on the side walkways. On the main deck are all the other guest cabins. On this yacht, there is a particularly enormous beach area when the stern is open. The yacht with her 8100 gross-tons will be able to welcome 36 passengers and 46 crew plus staff and the captain under administration of SOLAS passenger vessel and with the Lloyd’s notation ✠ 100A1 Passenger ship ✠ LMC UMS SCM EP.
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LOA: 393'8" (120m)
Beam (max.): 62'10" (19.20m)
Draft: 18' (5.50m)
Maximum speed: 20 knots; range 5500nm @15 knots
Concept and Design: Nuvolari Lenard for Oceanco