Netherlands Oceanco, along with Nauta Design has unveiled a new 102m-long yacht design, Spectrum.
With a beam of 15.3m and five decks, Spectrum will be powered by a hybrid propulsion system, which will include an electric propulsion motor.
Compliant with large yacht code 3 (LY3), the vessel is equipped with double owner's suite with private exterior deck; two VIP suites with private balconies; and four guest suites.
The ship will have a cruising speed of 18.5k. The lower deck of the ship features a wellness suite with a sauna, steam room, beauty treatment area and massage rooms, as well as two terraces opening symmetrically port and starboard from the massage room and gym areas.
Spectrum’s upper deck includes the owners' deck, which offers a panoramic-view from the owners' suite and direct access to a private spa pool and sitting area.
The forward deck features a touch-and-go helicopter-landing pad.
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Additional salon and bar areas have been added to the aft of the ship, with the option to have access to those areas from the owner's private space, or for them to be opened for other guests on-board.
The isolated owner's deck aft can also be used for alfresco dining.
Spectrum’s bridge deck can accommodate the command centre with a large helm area, two wing stations and a Portuguese bridge.
An additional guest lounge, equipped with a 3m x 3m Jacuzzi on the aft deck, is located on the bridge deck.
Separately, Oceanco announced that it has launched its new 88.5m/290ft motoryacht, Y715, last month.
Image: Oceanco’s new yacht project, Spectrum. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsFoto/Oceanco.