Oceanco presents this pleasure ship with an overall length of 107 meters. Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure it has been designed by Ken Freivokh
WE CAN DEFINE THIS PROPOSAL BY OCEANCO, WITH BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL AREAS DESIGNED BY KEN FREIVOKH, as a rule breaker project. Stiletto is a superyacht which transcends all preconceived functional notions of deck layout and interior. Impressive aft terraces surround a swimming pool fully integrated to the external dining area.
Most unusual is the large outdoor terrace forward, fully protected under shading louvres, including a further large swimming pool, bar, pantry, reclining sunbeds and sofas, all with the backdrop of a spectacular waterfall adjacent the extendable helipad. The owner’s suite and terrace offer complete privacy, as well as their Jacuzzi, which overlooks the aft pool. There are, in fact, many different options for enjoying life and relaxation aboard Stiletto. In addition to the unusual deck layout, the interior has two sumptuous saloons with six meters of headroom.
The focal point is the central bar. A mezzanine balcony at the upper level of the saloon offers panoramic and long views. A central glass lift and large spiral staircase are capped by a wide skylight, which ensures sunlight down to the core of the yacht. On the lower deck there is a gymnasium, spa and toy and tender garage. The ship will be built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. The overall length will be of 107 meters and the max beam of 15.3 meters.
The estimated top speed is of 18.5 knots thanks to two MTU 16V2000 M72 engines of 1,931 hp each alongside two electric engines of 500 kW each
(Oceanco Stiletto, wonderland ship – Barchemagazine.com – November 2015)