109m Bravo Eugenia moored by Tower Bridge

Written by Laura Nicholls

In London, all eyes have been on the 109-metre Oceanco superyacht Bravo Eugeniawho has been moored nearby Tower Bridge for the past three weeks until this afternoon. Passersby along the Thames Path have caught glimpses of the Reymond Langton-designed interiors and gotten up close to the exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard and the naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects. Bravo Eugenia arrived in London fresh from warranty works at the Oceanco shipyard in the Netherlands.Bravo Eugenia yacht in LondonPhoto: Laura Rose Nicholls / Bruno Buisson / SuperYacht TimesBravo Eugenia yacht in LondonPhoto: Laura Rose Nicholls / Bruno Buisson / SuperYacht TimesUp to 14 guests can be accommodated on board and make use of the 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. Her interiors are decorated in light woods, lacquered surfaces with contrasting accents of walnut and ebony. Bravo Eugenia yacht in LondonPhoto: Laura Rose Nicholls / Bruno Buisson / SuperYacht TimesBravo Eugenia yacht in LondonPhoto: Laura Rose Nicholls / Bruno Buisson / SuperYacht TimesPowered by a sophisticated hybrid propulsion system housed in a single-tier engine room, Bravo Eugenia can reach speeds of up to 17.5 knots and remains one of the largest yachts to have been built in the Netherlands. See her in action on the North Sea after SuperYacht Times caught her during sea trials:

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