Oceanco builds and designs very large and luxurious motor yachts. Oceanco Yachts is based in Holland, with its fine tradition of yacht building, and is a leading luxury yacht company which is constantly committed to perfection in its production of large luxury super-yachts. The main Oceanco shipyard is based in Allblasserdam, in The Netherlands. The sales and marketing offices are in Monaco, the exclusive center of Mediterranean yachting. Oceanco has delivered seventeen of the finest luxury custom yachts in the world.
Oceanco Yachts has a highly experienced team of naval architects and marine engineers. This group ensures that each and every yacht is efficiently built to world class standard. The design team is complimented by some of the finest craftsmen, joiners and decorators in Holland.
Oceanco increase their own in-house design team with collaboration with many of the world's most renowned yacht designers. These include some big names in yachting such as Nuvolari & Lenard, Sam Sorgiovanni, Andrew Winch, Alberto Pinto and Francois Zuretti.
Over the last few years Oceanco has launched four of the world's very finest luxury yachts. These yachts were built to the highest Lloyds and MCA standards throughout. For instance, in 2002 and 2004 LADY LOLA (62.60m/205ft) and ALFA FOUR (60m/197ft) were both acknowledged as pinnacles in the world of yachting.
In 2005 Oceanco again reaffirmed its growing reputation with the launch of DILBAR (66m/217ft) and the beautiful LADY CHRISTINA (62m/204ft). All four of these yachts boldly display an impressive, unique and distinctive Oceanco elegance.
The 2008 delivery of AMEVI (80m/262’) has very much impressed observers in the industry and has raised the level of super yacht design and building quality. M/Y AMEVI brings a new era of resurgence for the Oceanco group.
Designed by Nuvolari & Lenard, Y702 (an 82m (269ft) Y702 luxury yacht) has also been launched with much interest. The 75.5m (248ft) yacht Y703 (designed by Sam Sorgiovanni) is another fine superyacht from the Oceanco stable. Y704 85m (278.85ft) and Y705 (85.5m/280.50ft) are two more yachts worthy of mention.