Cruising mega-yacht VIBRANT CURIOSITY

cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
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Intended use
Deck layout
Number of cabins
Other characteristics
with helideck, with swimming pool

85.5 m (280'06")


VIBRANT CURIOSITY - 2009 85.5m / 281ft Delivered in spring 2009, the 85.5m / 281ft (Y704) VIBRANT CURIOSITY, (Y704), was Nuvolari Lenard’s third project with Oceanco. The yacht has many outstanding features including an astonishing amidships atrium with panoramic exterior views and a vast beach club deck area with a 7m (23ft) swimming pool and three skylights integrated into the pool floor. She can accommodate up to 18 guests, including the owner, in a master stateroom, one VIP suite with his & her bathrooms, five double VIP suites and two double guest cabins. SUNRAYS - 2010 85.5m / 281ft Luxurious, powerful and technologically unparalleled, the 85.5m (281ft) teal blue-hulled SUNRAYS, (Y705), delivered in March 2010, is the product of Oceanco and Azure Naval Architects, the late designer Björn Johansson (exterior) and Terence Disdale (interior). The upper deck is given over to the owner’s suite and an adjacent VIP suite that can be combined to create one expansive living area. Both suites have fold-down sea balconies. The owner’s exterior foredeck hosts a whirlpool and sunbathing area. The remainder of the yacht’s accommodations for up to 16 guests is on the main deck with one VIP stateroom and four guest cabins. Her large dining room can be converted into a videoconference room with the optional use of the adjacent library. Foldable sea balconies provide guests unimpeded views while dining. A second whirlpool is located on the aft bridge deck close to the gym.


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