Photo: Andrew ChristyThe stunning 109-metre Oceanco yacht Bravo Eugenia cruised along the River Thames into central London this week. The 3,600 GT yacht, which has a sophisticated hybrid propulsion system, boasts two helicopter pads, a large tender garage, a wellness centre and a luxurious beach club with its own gym, along with an extensive selection of water toys. The four-deck superyacht features naval architecture by Lateral, and an exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard, while the interior design comes from the drawing boards of the Bath-based design heavyweight Reymond Langton.
The owner has already taken this aluminium and steel superyacht to the Caribbean, across the Atlantic and to the Mediterranean. Up to 14 guests can sleep on board the yacht and can be taken care of by up to 30 crew. In addition to recently winning the World Yacht Trophy Award for “Yacht of the Year” in the category of yachts over 82 metres, in March she received the first ever “La Belle Classe Explorer Award” for Technology and Innovation from the Yacht Club of Monaco.
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