Nuvolari-Lenard/Oceanco 120m ‘gigayacht’ concept...

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Nuvolari-Lenard/Oceanco 120m ‘gigayacht’ concept...

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If a client can be found for this or similar, she would be the largest yacht to have ever been built in Holland. Price? Our guess would be something approaching €400-€420 million.

APRIL 2011

This concept is being worked up on a 120m (394ft) technical platform up between the Scorzè, Venice-based Nuvolari-Lenard studio and Alblasserdam, The Netherlands-based gigayacht builder Oceanco. Of course, the operations something of a track record; they worked together on the ’07-launched 82m (269ft) Alfa Nero and the ’11-launched 85.5m (280ft) Seven Seas.
If this 394-footer got built she would rank as the biggest yacht by far to have launched in The Netherlands. The biggest thus far was Oceanco’s 2000-launched 95m (312ft) ‘Trick One’ Project that became Al Mirqab (now-Indian Empress).
With a maximum beam of 19.2m (63ft) and an estimated 8,100GT, she would be capable of accommodating around 36 passengers and 46 crew, plus private staff. Her range at 15 knots would be around 5,500nm.
A vessel of this magnitude would probably cost in the region of €400-€420 million.

For more, www.nuvolari-lenard.com and www.oceancoyacht.com

© Phil Draper