Photo: Daniel PirainoHaving just set off on her second Atlantic crossing as she heads east for her first season in the Mediterranean, the 109-metre Oceanco superyact Bravo Eugenia completed a successful maiden season in the Caribbean. Seen here anchored in the Exuma Cays, the Bahamas, the Nuvolari Lenard-designed vessel is the first of a new breed of advanced superyachts created by the Dutch shipyard and Lateral Naval Architects. A sophisticated hybrid propulsion system and single-tier engine room frees up valuable space elsewhere in the ship. 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 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.