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Lots of Superyachts by oceAnco

Posted: Aug. 17th, 2007  |  By JustLuxe Team
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Master Builders: It is very difficult to begin a sentence with a company that prefers not to capitalize its name or products, such as eLuxury, iPod, or oceAnco. However, what oceAnco does capitalize wisely are its resources when it comes to designing and building superyachts. The firm has built some of the finest 50-meter-plus vessels to clientele around the world. Its main office is in Monaco, and its shipyard is based in Albasserdam, Holland. The yacht builder's Web site boasts of 16 launched boats. Over the past three years, oceAnco has launched three stunning 60-meter-plus yachts: the Lady Lola at 62.6 meters, the Alfa Four at 60 meters, and the Dilbar at 66 meters. The Dilbar has two master suites and a dip pool on its sundeck that is over 15 feet wide. Mr. Alberto Pino is the interior designer of the steel hull with an aluminum superstructure, and oceAnco is both the naval architect and the exterior designers.


Lady Christina, previously known at the shipyard as Y565, is the most recently launched superyacht of oceAnco. The Francois Zuretti-designed beauty is 62 meters long and has four cabins plus a master suite. Additionally, there are captain's quarters and six twin cabins for the crew. The master suite includes a private salon, a dining area and a distinctive two-level bathroom. The twin Caterpillar-powered "Lady" has a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. The proud owner's maiden voyage was the Mediterranean Sea.

The Al Mirquab, which is 95 meters long (over 311 feet), is the largest launched superyacht cited on oceAnco's Web site. Its interior and exterior design is by oceAnco, and the "A" team is its naval architect. The craft has two master suites and 14 guest cabins. The Al Mirquab, with its steel hull and aluminum superstructure has a fuel capacity of 470 tons. Three 10,000-horsepower MTU engines are deployed to maintain a top speed of 23.5 knots.

Stalwart ship builders with a very distinguished 13-year history, oceAnco can build a dream that will float majestically.

For LxM James Rothaar

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