Ocea's 44-metre Nemo concept has been designed as a 'sport utility' yacht, offering the best of both worlds.
The 44-metre concept – conceived by Aldo Manna, founder and CEO of MC Yacht & Co. International, and designed by Fulvio de Simoni – has been created to offer superyacht cruising comforts in a package that boasts all of the activities you can expect on a larger yacht. She has been designed as a good sea boat able with the range to get you where you want, and also offer guests a close connection with the environment.
“The goal was providing the most discerning owner on his yacht anchored in a splendid bay with everything he might wish, like a super-tender, able to bring him and his guests wherever they want, for a day’s ride or a night’s stay in the neighbourhood. The yacht also gives them the opportunity to sail on a day cruiser, or go fishing on an walkaround,” says Aldo Manna. “I wanted to match the ‘five stars’ luxury an owner feels when he is on board with plenty of entertainments when destinations are reached.”
The yacht is capable of packing in an 8-metre tender, as well as a host of other small boats and toys, which can be stored in the big garage or the deck above. There’s 25 square metres of beach club, and a total of 300 square metres of open deck space.
“We are willing to set yacht owners free from the static feeling of a rigid luxury floating hotel and get them back to living on the sea with true leisure and real fun,” he adds. The project range will run from 38 metres up to 65 metres length.