She is the largest of the new Oceanco series yet launched and is the latest in a line of yachts that includes the legendary Alfa Nero. Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni to the owner’s exacting requirements, Nirvana boasts a host of stunning features. The vast aft deck has a 7.5-metre counterflow pool, the floor of which rises to create a huge deck for entertaining. Forward in the main salon is a bar and an unusual feature creating a division with the dining area: an exotic reptile house. All guests cabins are situated on the main deck, with floor-to-ceiling windows and as well as the full-beam VIP stateroom.
The silver engraved elevator services all decks and leads guests up to the owner’s deck, which can be made totally private. The owner’s stateroom dominates over half of the upper deck, with a private sunbathing area with hot-tub forward, salon with terraces over the sea, and a covered dining area aft. Exterior stairs on the aft deck lead to the bridge deck and the enormous gym and spa.
The secluded sundeck has a three-metre plunge pool and sunbathing area forward, while aft on the fully certified helideck is an additional sunbathing and entertaining area. Taking the lift four decks down to the lower deck brings you to the 3D cinema and twin-tender garages with two 11-metre tenders, skiboat and ten PWCs/Waverunners.
The asking price is €230 million. You can find her on berth N10 at the Monaco Yacht Show, which starts on September 19.