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New Design: OceAnco 105M project 'Dana'

Discussion in 'Oceanco News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Jan 31, 2014.

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  1. OceAnco, Tim Heywood 105M project 'Dana'

    Hold on, this 105-meter superyacht isn't under construction but it is just a concept showcasing OceAnco's ability to build this large and complex yacht. For the yachting enthusiasts and elite out there, project 'Dana' may appear very reminiscent in many aspects to another existing yacht. With the sand color hull and white superstructure, classic bulges on the forward upper deck, long sloping transom and the signature Tim Heywood reverse-line that plunges to the bow's waterline, you may think "Pelorus" and you would be correct.

    The 344-foot Dana is also similar length too but besides those features the new proposal is unique-enough on her own. One of her striking features is the main pool situated on the aft main deck. Initially it may look like the average large pool on a superyacht but look closely and it becomes apparent that the pool cantilevers over the transom a bit, adding a dramatic feel and visual appeal. On the other end of the pool is a single jacuzzi. All of the aft decks feature generous space for lounging and entertainment. The second pool onboard Dana is situated on the forward sun deck and it is flanked by sunpads for the avid sun worshiper. A square jacuzzi is located on the forward end of the yacht out side of the private suite and just aft of the helipad on the bow.

    The principle tenders are all stored in a garage aft above the aft lower deck but below the aft main deck, just forward of directly under the main pool. DP017 as she also goes by is designed by Tim Heywood and has been envisioned to have accommodation for sixteen guests and thirty-three crew. Naval Architecture is by BMT Nigel Gee in collaboration with OceAnco. A pair of MTU 20V 4000's are designed to push Dana to 18.5-knots.

    For more information:

    OceAnco Shipyards
    Zuiderstek 40
    2950 AA Alblasserdam
    The Netherlands
    OCEANCO - Yachts for Visionary Owners

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