Alfa Nero 269

by Oceanco, Nuvolari & Lenard Design and Alberto Pinto

Fantastic. A bright white dazzling diamond sitting on a sleek set of black steel jeweller’s scales; and balanced with a sprightly, sparkling azure gem, set upon teak.
A prismatic effect of multi-faceted glass surfaces, shining in the sunlight against the blue of the sea. This is the special, phenomenally impressive look of Alfa Nero, the latest, exclusive masterpiece from Oceanco, which was launched to enourmous acclaim and delivered to her Owner shortly after. With Alfa Nero, her Owner specifically requested a transoceanic yacht equipped to travel anywhere but at the same time expressly designed for cruising in the Mediterranean, above all other destinations.
This yacht was created for her Owner and guests to enjoy formal evenings in elegant surroundings as well as morning swims and sunbathings in a more sportive, informal setting. Alfa Nero is so versatile that she has room for both impeccable style and a rather more rebellious soul.
This yacht is the ultimate expression of the Owner’s personal ideas, superbly built by Oceanco to meet his every desire with absolute precision. The Oceanco yard has a talent for turning the subjective visions of yacht Owners into real technology, with innovative design and excellent construction quality.
As it strives to achieve the best in creativity, Oceanco’s flair reveals its natural aptitude for forging an individual stylistic identity and applying its advanced technical know-how.
The Dutch yard Oceanco is a big name in the top international yachting world. It has a very good reputation the world over, and its prestigious showroom is located in Monte Carlo.
Its production facilities are of course situated in Holland, in Alblasserdam; there, it designs and builds motor yachts of between 60 and 120 metres. Following the launch of the 62-metre Lady Christina, delivered in spring 2005, the yard created a new generation of majestic vessels that expresses Oceanco’s unswerving dedication to stretching the limits in terms of size when building extreme luxury yachts.
The units all have a displacing steel hull with aluminium superstructures, as one would expect. At the beginning of the project, the yard assigned each of them a numerical ID code. The first unit to be launched from this generation was Amevi, with ID code Y 701.
This 80-metre megayacht was designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and delivered in March 2007. The second unit to leave the slips was Alfa Nero, with codename Y 702, an 82-metre megayacht based on the same hull as Amevi, designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and delivered in Summer 2007. The yard is currently in the process of building further units from the new generation.
The third unit will be launched shortly; its codename is Y 703 and it is a 75.5-metre megayacht, this time designed by the Australian firm Sam Sorgiovanni Designs.
The fourth unit, Y 704, will be launched in 2009; it will be an 85.5-metre megayacht once again designed by the Italian firm Nuvolari & Lenard, with delivery scheduled for Spring next year.
The fifth yacht of the 700 series is Y 705, ab 85.5 metre mega yacht designed by Björn Johansson with an interior design by Terence Disdale and a scheduled delivery on 2009, followed by Y 706 an 86 metre megayacht with a delivery in 2010.
The dream team at Oceanco is following up on these with new projects that
currently represent the cutting edge of super-luxurious megayachts, with extremely sophisticated models. Even more ambitious are the yard’s new designs for 95-metre megayachts, based on a brand new designed hull. These will be developed with different profiles, modern, traditional and futuristic look. The future continues to bring forth new challenges. [...]

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