Revealed earlier this month at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, this five-deck design features a hybrid propulsion system, allowing for a wide range of cruising modes up to a top speed of 18.5 knots.
Project Spectrum is the first collaboration between Oceanco and Nauta Design, whose previous projects include the world’s largest superyacht, Azzam, and the Nauta Air range of explorer yachts for Cantiere Delle Marche.
As well as being aesthetically pleasing, Project Spectrum’s sleek, streamlined profile aims to minimise resistance as it cuts through the waves.
Accommodation is for 14 guests split between a master suite, two VIP cabins and four double cabins. Guests on board will be able to enjoy a close relationship with the sea, thanks to large windows and fold-out superyacht balconies, creating a seamless flow between the interior and exterior areas.
Key features include an aft-deck Jacuzzi measuring nine metres square and a lower-deck wellness suite, which is comprised of a sauna, steam room, massage room, beauty treatment areas and superyacht gym. The upper deck is dedicated to the owner, with panoramic views forward and private access to a separate spa pool and exterior seating area.
A central superyacht elevator serves all five decks, giving easy access from the guest cabins to the main lounge on the bridge deck.
Other projects currently under development at the Dutch yard include the recently launched Oceanco Y715, which is due to be delivered to its owner before the end of the year.