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The MOONSTONE Superyacht Project Takes Over The Seven Seas

By Victor Baker


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If you were to judge this project by its name, you’d rather think that OCEANCO has aimed to take over our planet’s natural satellite, but this project is actually an impressive new 90-meter luxury mega yacht concept. MOONSTONE is the latest creation by OCEANCO, developed in collaboration with Van Geest Design, with innovative and artful features that will surely charm future buyers.

With unique ‘faceted’ hull sides, this extraordinary yacht concept shows off elegant lines and incredible precision. MOONSTONE has been engineered to be PYC-compliant and since it’s able to accommodate more than 12 guests on board, it’s well suited for private parties as well.

The lighting design features include a backlit surface of the overhead panel, which is linked to fish-eye cameras, allowing the choice of mood and ambiance. The hull side facets include customized panel lights as well, triggered by 300 individually dimmable white triangles per hull side, making every night a magical one.


Furthermore, even the swimming pool and hot tub feature innovative lighting systems, where the lights of the walls of the pool can be dimmed, generating a welcoming glow. MOONSTONE has been actually designed around an efficient platform, with flexibility in mind.

A complete owner’s deck, a large gymnasium and a spa area, a cinema and a touch-and-go helipad are all part of this incredible vessel. The 70-square-meters of standard solar panels on top of the superstructure will illuminate and dim the panels for approximately three hours at night.

The spacious sky deck lounge, with 360° views, will surely be appreciated by the yacht’s future owners, and so will the modular exterior deck furniture, which was designed to be lightweight, chic, and easy to use. This beautiful toy was meant for the ‘big boys’, and will carry along a matching price-tag.



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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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