The 109 metre Bravo Eugenia is highly efficient despite her impressive size. The Oceanco-built superyacht is powered by a hybrid propulsion engine that offers a quiet electric mode and which allows her to consume 30% less fuel than other motor yachts in her size class. She is also equipped with a waste heat recovery system and an integrated battery for optimal operation and performance.
But the main source of her supreme sustainability lies in the technicalities of her design. Bravo Eugenia is the first yacht to feature the Dutch shipyard’s innovative new LIFE design – a system designated to yachts that are specifically “Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel-efficient and Eco-friendly.” Lateral Naval Architects have ensured a harmonious balance between the yacht’s weight, power, technical areas and interior areas, in particular giving her a super sleek exterior which increases her aerodynamic shape. Although her exterior is decidedly streamlined, there’s still plenty of space on board this 3,418 GT superyacht as the engine room has been condensed to just one floor instead of two to offer greater volumes within her Reymond Langton-designed living spaces.