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Oceanco Delivers Project Bravo

The 357-foot Project Bravo represents a new direction for Oceanco as a builder.

January 18, 2019
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Nuvolari Lenard penned the exterior of Oceanco’s 357-foot Project Bravo. Oceanco/Francisco Martinez

Oceanco has delivered the 357-foot Project Bravo, which represents the shipyard’s new LIFE design.

The LIFE acronym stands for lengthened, innovative, fuel efficient and eco-friendly. To that end, Project Bravo has a single-tier engine room that allows for a long, slender hull shape, reducing overall propulsion power demand. A hybrid system powers the yacht.

Naval architecture and engineering are by Lateral, with exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard and interiors by Reymond Langton Design.

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Features include helipads on the foredeck and aft deck, a tender garage, and a spa with a sauna, steam room, massage room, plunge pool and rain shower. There’s also a gym and a beach club.

How does Reymond Langton describe the interior décor? Sophisticated, elegant and contemporary, with light maple wood and white pearl lacquer. Contrasting accents are walnut and ebony.

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