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Oceanco’s 88.5 metre sleek superyacht Nirvana

By Adrian Prisca


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Featuring a legendary name, the gorgeous superyacht Nirvana from Oceanco has showcased at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. Having been delivered last year, during April, the massive ship has already finished her first summer cruise, among the waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

The Nirvana is the largest vessel in the Dutch Oceanco shipyard’s line of superyachts (sibling vessel to the Seven Seas, the Alfa Nero, the Sunrays etc.), measuring 88.5 meters in length. Obviously, the name tied to the design of this superb vessel is quite sonorous – Sam Sorgiovanni has managed to bring together the word “efficiency” and the ideas of Nirvana’s future owner.

Suffice to say, the Nirvana incorporates humongous interior spaces and extensively lavish outer decks, all trimmed up and fitted with top notch amenities. The ship comprises a total of 6 decks and the most impressive feature of them all is the massive grand master suite which covers a whopping 150 square meters.

The exterior of the vessel boasts superb, contemporary lines, a sleek navy blue hull, white superstructure and a dazzling line which flows from stern to bow and resembles Mahogany. An imposing large passerelle, which also works as swimming board, is the place to take your first stapes aboard this magnificent yacht.

The massive aft deck presents itself to the guest, with its large sun pads and a 7.5 meter counterflow pool. An interesting feature is the pool floor’s ability to be lifted to deck level, therefore creating a large space for entertainment purposes. Heading fore, we can find a pantry area and a nice bar, both combining the main saloon and the aft deck into a large area for lounging and entertainment.

Composed of a formal dining room and a large lounge area, the main saloon is separated from its deck by a magnificent vivarium which houses exotic species like water dragons, a chameleon and bearded lizards. The main lounge boasts two arrangements, placed in a symmetric manner, with luxurious, modern armchairs and sofas.

This area was garnished with a warm paint scheme and natural materials, a true oasis for the overburdened individuals. The dining room is located fore and exudes naturalness through a superb leaf-patterned carpeting in subtle green tones. The large dining table is able to accommodate up to 12 guests.

The fore main deck also houses Nirvana’s guest cabins which can host an impressive 12 people. There are 4 lavish doubles and a large VIP quarters all endowed with en suites. They are also incredibly luxurious and exquisite, with ample amounts of natural light able to turn on a one off atmosphere. On the same main deck guests are able to find a massage room, which we think is one of the most pleasant sites on the yacht.

Furthermore, the owner’s deck can be easily transformed into a highly private spot. The master suite, located fore, comes with integrated lounge and a long central corridor which connects the large walk-in wardrobes, his and hers bathrooms, a grand stateroom with an additional private lounge and a massage room. The entire fore deck, at this level, is occupied by a private sundeck, which also houses a private Jacuzzi.

An additional transformable feature on the Nirvana is the upper saloon, which can easily be made an extension of the master suite. It boasts a big central L-shaped lounge area and a separate aft games area, both leading towards a lavish aft deck, fit for al fresco dining and entertainment.

As for the main lounge, it provides starboard and port side balconies that fold-out, which gives guests the ability to enjoy the breathtaking views that surround the Nirvana. There’s actually a superb inside-outside ambiance detectable on the whole deck, with wind breakers at starboard and a port side completely shield from the elements through ample amounts of glass. There’s also a grand staircase interconnecting the decks, alongside a central elevator with silver brands engraved on it.

The lower deck provides a superb 3D experience through a top notch cinema, while the bridge deck hosts a stunning pack of amenities for all sorts of activities. There’s also a fully equipped gym here from here sports and fitness enthusiasts can enjoy, besides exercising, some nice views over the aft deck. Above them all, a stunning sundeck rules the Nirvana, boasting with a 3 meter plunge pool, sun pads, loungers and a large fore sunbathing area, all providing extreme levels of privacy.

The Nirvana is currently available for purchase at a mind-boggling €230 million, but the full package is quite impressive – an 8.5 meter ski boat, 6 jet skis, 4 waverunners and two 11 meter tenders, all being able to get onboard via a port side boarding platform. And if you consider the crew of 26 members which it needs to run properly, you probably understand why this baby costs a fortune.


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Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry.

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