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Amazing Superyacht Concept by Vitruvius Yachts and Oceanco

Vitruvius Yachts and Oceanco showcased yacht concept by 344 feet long which shows beauty in the proportion. Designed by famous naval architect and the founder of Vitruvius who has had over 12,000 boats built, Philippe Briand. The ship design is like an aquatic blade with a well-honed aesthetic of luxury.

Your eyes will be focused on the glint of the aluminum superstructure, especially from the main deck as light plays off the expanse of glass walls that decorate the main saloon. At the aft, there are the swimming pool features a glass back panel, spa, beach club, gym, theater, and a variety of watercraft including a 39 foot tender housed in the garage.

Poised above the main deck and accessed by a central staircase and elevator lies the bridge deck, fronted by a helipad. Behind the bridge, guests can enjoy another saloon with a recessed bar and panoramic views.

Set on high, the private owner’s deck features an observation lounge toward the bow and an aft apartment with a 180-degree view and a private terrace. 24 guests can be accommodated in 10 cabins on the main deck includes 2 VIP suites. And 32-person crew are located forward on the lower deck.

The yacht uses a hybrid approach by combining four MTU 16V 4000 M33 engines and two 3,500 kW electric motors. This system is more efficient than other vessels in the same class. And with the strong engine power can produce a maximum speed of 18.5 knots.

Vitruvius Yachts and Oceanco showcased yacht concept by 344 feet long which shows beauty in the proportion

Designed by famous naval architect and the founder of Vitruvius who has had over 12,000 boats built, Philippe Briand. The ship design is like an aquatic blade with a well-honed aesthetic of luxury

Your eyes will be focused on the glint of the aluminum superstructure, especially from the main deck as light plays off the expanse of glass walls that decorate the main saloon

Poised above the main deck and accessed by a central staircase and elevator lies the bridge deck, fronted by a helipad

Behind the bridge, guests can enjoy another saloon with a recessed bar and panoramic views

The yacht uses a hybrid approach by combining four MTU 16V 4000 M33 engines and two 3,500 kW electric motors

Poised above the main deck and accessed by a central staircase and elevator lies the bridge deck, fronted by a helipad. Behind the bridge, guests can enjoy another saloon with a recessed bar and panoramic views

Amazing Superyacht Concept by Vitruvius Yachts and Oceanco

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