Known during her build as project Bravo, Oceanco handed over its latest superyacht to her owner just ahead of the new year following an intensive period of winter sea trials on the North Sea. The 109-metre Bravo Eugenia recently completed her maiden owner’s trip where the vessel spent the festive season in picturesque fjords of Norway before returning to Oceanco this week where final touches will be made to the yacht. Photo: Francisco Martinez
Operating under the American flag, Bravo Eugenia with her single-tier engine room is designed to cruise with minimal resistance in the water and requires less power as a result. "Coupled with her hybrid propulsion system,” comments Lateral Managing Director, James Roy, “Bravo delivers exceptional performance and is configured to offer multiple operational modes, each matched to the variable operating profile of a yacht designed to adventure autonomously across the world's oceans."Photo: Tom van Oossanen / SuperYacht Times
Bravo Eugenia comes complete with two helicopter landing pads (one on the foredeck and another on the main deck aft), a large tender garage beneath the foredeck, a wellness centre with sauna, steam room and plunge pool as well as a luxurious beach club with its own gym. The sleek exterior is the design work of Nuvolari Lenard while Burgess operated as the owner’s representatives during the construction process. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / SuperYacht Times
The interior, designed by Reymond Langton, is completed in an elegant style with light woods and lacquered surfaces. Contrasting accents of walnut and ebony add depth and character to guest areas. "We worked very closely with the owner to find the perfect artisans and craftsmen in creating bespoke artworks, fabrics and signature furniture pieces that reflect the owner's style and essence and combine to create a warm, inviting environment for all on board, " says Pascale Reymond, partner at Reymond Langton Design.