Traversing the seas is a unique experience in and of itself, seeing the waves pass by, the horizon within reach, the clear skies forming a calming dome above head in contrast with the adventurous surroundings. Little can be done to best this type of relaxation and exploration, but with certainty, Oceanco can achieve it. Board on a superyacht made to measure and explore the oceans aboard the Oceanco fleet.

Oceanco, of Dutch origin, combines state-of-the-art engineering, innovative technology, excellent craftmanship and environmental consciousness to create truly outstanding boats. Their award-winning design comes together with their unique philosophy of approaching each boat with an open mind to comply with each client’s exigencies. Each yacht made by Oceanco is not only perfect on its own, but it is also perfect for the owner: it has been constructed to oblige to every specific need and want.

To illustrate Oceanco’s ability to create astonishing masterpieces, here is a brief description of some of the fleet’s brilliant jewels.


Made in 2017, the Barbara is a fully organic boat with no sharp edges. Her 88.5 metres in length are dotted with elliptical windows that complement the free-flowing shapes in a timeless manner. She features 2 VIP suites, a master suite and 4 guest cabins, and a fully equipped wellness gym, all designed by Sam Sorgiovanni Designs. The top deck houses a 10-person hot tub front and centre, surrounded by sun pads, ideal to take in the scenery around the ship.


The largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands to that point, the 2017 Kaos is a 110-metre mansion on the water ready to house up to 30 guests. Slick and noble lines cross her bow to stern, and the exterior design by Lobanov evokes an unprecedented sumptuousness. The humongous swimming pool on the main deck is akin to an in-land locale, and even features a built-in aquarium for added luxury and uniqueness. The sofas around the pool transport you from a mere ship to a luxury locale easily mistaken for a rooftop lounge in the blink of an eye, proof of Oceanco’s determination to break all conventions.


The Dar spans 90 metres and features a slick and elegant exterior design by DeBasto Design. Nuvolari Lenard designed the interior, which in conjunction with the rest of the boat, make her into the most unique superyacht afloat today. She is the first vessel to be given the official Lloyd’s Register Integrated Bridge System in the Netherlands and integrates the ultimate glass technology by Oceanco. Alas, the waterfall cascading from the bridge deck to the upper deck is a gleaming gem, connecting the swimming pool to the bridge. Dotted with sofas and loungers, a private jacuzzi is found in the sun deck, ideal to take in the seascape around you.


One of the latest yachts to be made by Oceanco, the 90 metre Dreamboat is the first collaboration between the Dutch yacht maker and Espen Øino International and Terence Disdale Design. The classic appearance of the boat is an ode to traditional design while still maintaining the cutting-edge innovation that Oceanco is famous for. Everything on board is costum made and thought to complement the enormous windows that flood the interiors with natural light. All of the 23 people that the boat can house may fit together in the elegant 6m x 3m pool in the main deck, or take separate routes in the sun deck jacuzzi (one of the largest in her class) and the private owner’s jacuzzi in the upper owner’s deck. As the name implies, the Dreamboat is a fantasy made real.

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