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Rebuilt 105m Oceanco superyacht H3 for sale

1 July 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 105.3-metre Oceanco superyacht H3 has joined the market with Will Bagshaw of Edmiston, having completed a major rebuild in 2024.

Originally delivered as a 95-metre in 2000 and built by Dutch yard Oceanco to designs by The A Group, her rebuild included an extension of 10 metres to her hull, eight of which were at the aft deck and two metres towards the bow. Previous names include Al Mirqab, Indian Empress and Neom.

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Lying in the Western Mediterranean, H3 is asking €295,000,000

Reymond Langton Design was responsible for both the exterior and interior redesign, while Lateral Naval Architects and Oceanco collaborated on her naval architecture. She picked up a Neptune at the 2024 World Superyacht Awards and she comes with a full shipyard "new build" warranty.

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H3 had a completely new superstructure built and her straight lines were replaced by more sculptural curves, as favoured by Reymond Langton Design. The total window area was increased from 220 square metres to 392 square metres, with many floor-to-ceiling panes, making for a much brighter interior with better views out. The new interior is described by Andrew Langton as being more "relaxed, but still with a little bit of show". 

On deck, a large pool with waterfall feature on the main deck was one of the additions. On the lower deck, aft, is a huge spa and wellness area, with a hair dresser and a nail salon. Up top, a whirlpool is positioned, with views forward, on the sun deck, along with a gymnasium.

Accommodating up to 20 guests in 10 cabins, her forward-facing master suite is positioned on the owner's deck with a lounge that doubles as a cinema, as well as a dining room for 14 guests. The owner's deck incorporates a glass-sided, climate-controlled winter garden which has a dining table that can seat up to 32 guests when extended. The VIP suite on the bridge deck has its own private aft deck terrace and there are a further five double cabins and three twin cabins on the main deck.

H3 is powered by twin MTU diesels and has a top speed of 18 knots and a range of 6,000 nautical miles when cruising at 14 knots. Compliant with IMO Tier III regulations, she "meets modern standards for sustainability and environmental impact, following the trend towards more eco-conscious yachting", according to the broker.

The 3521GT yacht for sale has a touch-and-go helipad, rated for an EC155, on the foredeck. H3's inventory includes a 10.1-metre Compass Open Sport tender, an 11.1-metre Compass Limo tender, and two 6.2-metre Yachtwerft Meyer rescue tenders.

Lying in the Western Mediterranean, H3 is asking €295,000,000.

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