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The Right Wavelength

Oceanco’s recently unveiled motor yacht Spectrum presents a dazzling hybrid glimpse of the future

Rendering of Oceanco & Nauta Design's M/Y Spectrum

Making waves at the recent Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Dutch shipyard Oceanco unveiled its latest project, which goes by the name Spectrum.

 

With lines penned by Nauta Design, the 102m motor yacht is impressive not only for the inventive and flexible design (by Nauta’s Mario Pedol) but also for the progressive hybrid propulsion system it will carry, which will enable Spectrum to tap into a variety of different efficient modes – a characteristic that pairs well with its heavily researched, low-resistance hull.

 

Large windows and multiple balcony arrangements across its five decks will bathe interiors with plentiful natural light, the design seeking to create an atmosphere of seamless flow from the ocean inward.

 

Across her decks, guests can expect a wellness suite with sauna, beauty treatments area and massage rooms with terraces, helipad, salon and bar plus 7 suites consisting of one owner’s suite with private deck, two VIP suites with private balconies and four guest suites.

 

When she hits the water, she will cruise at a claimed maximum speed of 18.5 knots, in part powered by her electric propulsion motor and will be LY3 compliant.

 

Visit oceancoyacht.com

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