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Oceanco Yachts History

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  1. YachtForums

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    Oceanco Yachts has been building a reputation for excellence since 1992. Working closely with buyers and designers, each Oceanco Yacht is the realization of a dream. In ten short years, Oceanco has joined the ranks of toady’s most respected yacht builders, with superyachts such as Constallation, Al Mirqab, Sunrise, Lady Christine, Pegasus, Stargate, Lady Lola and Alpha Four. These yachts range from 52 meters to 95 meters.

    Oceanco’s Alblasserdam Shipyard is located in Holland, with Oceanco’s headquarters, design and engineering offices in Monaco. Under the guidance of industry veteran Eel Kant, Oceanco’s Alblasserdam Shipyard has put in place a new management system that creates an individual project team for each yacht and establishes a team manager, who becomes an Oceanco owner’s personal contact throughout the finishing process. Always available, the project manager is able, with the assistance of the Monaco design team, to rapidly transfer ideas and revisions from owners and representatives to the production line, and instantly react to requests.

    Oceanco has always stood out for their seaworthiness and quality of construction of yachts, and for the elegance of their finishing and furnishings, which marries old-fashioned craftsmanship with cutting-edge materials to produce accommodations that are both timeless and absolute of the moment. All the characteristics of an Oceanco yacht are adhered to with each new yacht launched, including quality materials, demanding finishing, exceptional attention to details... and an audacious inventiveness at every turn.
  2. Angelus

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    So True

    VERY TRUE IN ALL ASPECTS. tHE TEAM WORK (FOR THE MOST PART) IS EXCEPTIONAL. tHE TEAM HAS CHANGED A LOT IN THE LAST FEW YEARS WITH THE INTERVENTION OF A FEW DRAFTERS FROM IJSELWERTH AND A LOT OF THE ORIGINAL LINE UP HAVE GONE. NETHSHIP BEING ONE OF THE MOST SUCESSFUL FOR THOSE WHO LEFT. HEAD OF DESIGN IS NOW WITH BLUEWATER. AND ANOTHER HAS HIS OWN SHIP BUILDING COMPANY. a LOT OF THE OLD CREW I STILL HAVE CONTACT WITH AS DO I WITH A FEW OF THE CAPTAINS FROM VARIOUS YACHTS. BUT I'M SURE THE QUALITY HAS REMAINED THE SAME EVEN WITH THE ABSENCE OF THESE PEOPLE..THE ORIGINAL SOUTH AFRICAN YARD WHO BUILT THE HULLS AND SUPERSTRUCTURE HAD A GOOD WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT WE WANTED. i REMEMBER THE DAY AL MIRQAB, CONSTELLATION AND STARGATE ARRIVED IN ALBLASSERDAM SHORTLY FOLLOWED BY PEGASUS AND LADY CHRISTINE. THE RATE ALL THESE PROJECT WERE BUILT THEN WAS SIMOLY UNBELIEVABLY QUICK..i THINK SOME OF THE YACHT BUILDERS THESE DAYS HAVE FORGOTTEN WHAT THIS BUISINESS IS ALL ABOUT..EXCELLENCE IN ALL FIELDS WHETHER IT BE OUTWARD LOOKS OR THE TOYS ON BOARD.. EACH AND EVERY OWNER OF AN OCEANCO YACHT COULD SAIL INTO ANY PORT IN THE WORLD AND KNOW THEY HAD THE CUTTING EDGE OF YACHTS FROM DESIGN TO TOY. I FEEL OCEANCO HAS LOST JUST A TINY BIT OF THE LATTER. BUT THEY STILL HAVE A FEEL FOR WHAT TO DELIVER.

    YOUR POST IS TRUE TO THE WORD!!! CANT HELP THINKING YOU SHOULD BE SELLING THEM!!;)