Project BRAVO (Y718) 109m project by Oceanco
The launch of luxury motor yacht Project Bravo was in 2018. The yacht features naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architect, while her exterior design is by Nuvolari-Lenard and interiors by Reymond Langton Design. She can accommodate up to 14 guests and has a crew of 30.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF PROJECT BRAVO: ~ huge deck areas for entertainment and relaxations ~ numerous dining options ~ multiple innovative features ~ large helipad …
Built to world class standard, Project Bravo features a steel hull and aluminium structure. Plenty of living spaces on-board of such a huge yacht allow for a total of 14 guests accommodated overnight in utmost luxury and comfort, while assisted by a crew of 30.
Project Bravo has a huge helipad and can carry two large tenders, in addition to her wide array of water toys.
PROJECT BRAVO – Y718 Specifications
Type/Year: Oceanco /2018
Beam: 15.2m (49’8”)
L.O.A.: 109m (357′)
Builder/Designer: Reymond Langton Design, Oceanco, Nuvolari & Lenard, Lateral Naval Architects
Featuring a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Oceanco superyacht Y718 is run by twin MTU diesel engines.
More details about this vessel to be released!
Accommodation aboard Oceanco Project Bravo yacht is offered to up to 14 guests in elegant and stylish staterooms. There is also space for a highly professional crew of 30 members.
Reymond Langton Design says, “We worked with artisans and craftsmen to create bespoke artworks, fabrics and signature furniture pieces that all combine to create a warm, inviting environment on board for the Owner’s family and guests.”
Bravo pushes the limits within the world of superyachts to a new level.
UK-based BMT Nigel Gee and Dutch- based superyacht builder Oceanco have signed a strategic partnership for the formation of a new naval architecture and engineering company—Lateral Naval Architects Ltd.
Lateral will provide high quality naval architecture and engineering services to the industry as well as collaborating with the shipyard’s own engineering team and network of co-makers and subcontractors. All of BMT’s work in the large yacht market will be undertaken by Lateral and will build upon the company’s extensive knowledge base and capability in the large yacht market.
“Lateral is a joint venture between our two companies that will deliver to the market more than the sum of its parts,” says newly appointed managing director, James Roy who takes on the role after building the yacht division of BMT over the last 12 years. He continues, “We will continue to offer our services to a full spectrum of stakeholders in the superyacht yacht industry.