Concept - Project One 123 112m "Oceanco"

Concept - Project One 123 112m "Oceanco"

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Concept - Project One 123 112m "Oceanco"

Guido de Groot Design as Interior Architects

With a length of 112.3 m, this concept is one of the larger projects carried out by Guido de Groot Design. She is based on an Oceanco platform and constitutes a showcase of the design capabilities of the designers. Her philosophy aimed at creating a maximum of interior and exterior recreational areas without losing a certain lightness in her exterior lines. All superstructure decks are created as if they are elevated and floating on top of each other. A lot of attention was given not only to the exterior decks on the aft and front areas, but also on the sides of the yacht. While a lot of yachts work with balconies that stick out and often interfere with the lines of the yacht, our intention was instead to integrate those balconies fully into the exterior lines.


She has nine sumptuous guest cabins and a complete owner’s deck. Her beach club lounge has her seating area recessed in the deck to allow the swimming pool above not to eat up space in this area. From this seating area, people can look towards a large spectacular aft swimming platform that includes a waterfall created by the overflow of the swimming pool above.

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