Dutch superyacht yard Oceanco has teamed up with renowned studio Nauta Design to create a new 102 metre concept called Project Spectrum, which debuted earlier this month at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
New 102-metre project was specifically designed to offer endless possibilities in terms of propulsion methods and interior layouts.
This five-deck yacht can accommodate 14 guests in 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 reserved for the owner’s use with a private forward-facing panoramic suite and direct access to a private spa pool area. The touch and go helipad on the foredeck makes coming and going a breeze.
A central superyacht elevator serves all five decks, giving easy access from the guest cabins to the main lounge on the bridge deck.
Her sleek and streamlined design comes with a hybrid propulsion system which enables the yacht to be operated in a number of different modes depending on the power output needed, up to a top speed of 18.5 knots.