What would you call one of the most beautifully, painstakingly designed 290-foot yachts in the world? Nirvana, of course. While some naval architects might take that term lightly, Oceanco focused on every detail of the yacht to make sure it meet the owner's needs. The results is a wonderful craft with high performance, comfort, and plenty of space as well as beauty.
The Sanlorenzo 40 Alloy, 4H, is one of the most easily recognizable superyachts in the world. When she floats into a port, even yacht owners will feel a twinge of jealously as they wonder why they didn't choose a vessel with such a unique, modern style that stands on its own instead of bowing to tradition.
The Royal Huisman Twizzle does something that few yachts can accomplish: it combines the strength of traditional sailing yachts with the comfort and amenities of modern motor yachts. The owners were quite specific: they wanted a yacht that could win sailing competitions, but they also wanted to feel that they were on a luxurious vacation every time they stepped aboard.
The people of Sweden have a long history of making sturdy sea vessels that can withstand the harsh northern waters. J Craft's Torpedo maintains a connection to this history while giving owners a unique style that has been influenced by classic cars.
Rolls-Royce once wore the crown of the world's most finely crafted automobiles. Somewhere along the line, though, the company lost its luster. It still produced cars that appealed those who spent their time tooling around the English countryside, but it lacked that something special that made it everyone's envy.