Previously known as Project Bravo, the yacht was handed over to her owners on December 20 and will return to Oceanco in the new year for "final touches" following her holiday delivery in Scandinavia.
It comes after the yacht successfully completed sea trials last month. The yard said she met and exceeded "performance expectations and predictions" in winter conditions.
The Dutch yard described her as “a prime example of Oceanco’s new wave of forward thinking yachts” and claimed she is the first to feature a “LIFE” (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel Efficient, Eco friendly) design.
This “LIFE” design centres around naval architecture which “creates a harmonious balance between weight, power, technical areas and luxury interior.”
Lateral Naval Architects managing director James Roy said the design had been proven during sea trials: “The excellent sea keeping and performance demonstrated during Bravo’s sea trials confirmed that the LIFE Design qualities are indeed embedded in Bravo’s DNA.
Coupled with her hybrid propulsion system, Bravo Eugenia delivers exceptional performance and is configured to offer multiple operational modes, each matched to the variable operating profile of a yacht designed to adventure autonomously across the world’s oceans.”
Nuvolari Lenard said the yacht’s exterior design features “a stunningly sleek profile without sacrificing any interior space.”
Meanwhile interior design comes from the boards of Reymond Langton Design.
Partner Pascale Reymond said the studio worked with “artisan and craftsman to create bespoke fabrics and signature furniture pieces.” The effect is a “warm, inviting environment on board" punctuated with light maple wood and white pearl lacquer.
Featuring a beam measuring 16.3 metres, Bravo Eugenia has a top speed of 17.5 knots.