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News: Oceanco Delivers 90M "DreAMBoat"

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  1. 90-meter Oceanco Superyacht "DreAMBoat" Delivered
    The 90-meter Oceanco superyacht "DreAMBoat" (formerly known as Project 'Yasmin') has been delivered to her owner. The design is by Espen Ă˜ino with an interior by Terence Disdale of Terence Disdale Design. One of the challenges with this yacht was to develop a superyacht that was the dreamboat of the owner but still keep it as a unassumingly sophisticated build. Disdale said, "we always strive to avoid the 'big wow' factor that soon becomes boring. We believe that DreAMBoat with her quietly sophisticated interior is indeed a future classic." Below is a night still from a video by Dutch Yachting.
  2. The former Project Yasmin was built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She stretches 90-meters LOA with a decent 14.5-meter beam. Power is by a pair of MTU 20V 4000 M73Ls. The owner is very much looking forward to cruising the Mediterranean with their children and grandchildren and friends. Terence Disdale has created an interior that incorporates bespoke surfaces, natural wood, limestone floors, semi-precious stone vanities, parchment, leather and mother of pearl. The effect is elegant without being overdone or over-the-top. Special features onboard include the main pool on the aft main deck that measures 6-meters in length with a width of 3.1-meters and 1.44-meters in depth. The owner and guests can enjoy this pool now. There is accommodation for up to 23 guests and 33 crew members. Her internal volume is just shy of 3,000 GRT (2,950). The owner has a private jacuzzi on his deck and there is another jacuzzi on the semi-enclosed sun deck.

    For more information:

    Oceanco Shipyards
    Marineweg 1
    2952 BX Alblasserdam
    The Netherlands
    www.oceancoyacht.com

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