Project Cosmos by Oceanco

The groundbreaking superyacht project

Oceanco is definitely at the top of superyachts inspiration by revealing, this time, its new motor yacht design called Project COSMOS. Teaming up once again with Miami-based designer Luiz DeBasto. The 90-metre project is absolutely astonishing in terms of glass used as a material to form the exterior of the yacht, with the pinnacle being a glass dome-shaped observation lounge on the upper deck. Curved, almost sportboat-like superstructure, Project COSMOS is a complete and interesting new challenge for Oceanco’s Engineering department which carefully monitored that this design was fully buildable before revealing this design to the world, and it is indeed the case. For example, the impressive dome structure was carefully analysed in order to guarantee its feasibility. “The glass dome, while it looks simple, is extremely complex in order to comply with all the regulations,” comments DeBasto. The glass panels themselves are UV protected and can be dimmed or coloured to enhance guests’ mood. Also, her glass panels are enclosed in metal frames and the supporting frame leans forward, not only to enhance the structural integrity, but also to improve the view

Inside the Skydeck, where 3D renderings are already giving a clear idea of the heart of this superyacht project, DeBasto created a flexible space where guests can quite dine under the stars from the comfort of a completely enclosed luxurious space. “This provides an interesting tension between being adventurous and being safe,” adds DeBasto. This Skydeck has a flexible layout with long lounges in the center, a piano bar forward, and many feet of open space between the sole and dome above. Forward via glass doors is an open observation deck with optional Jacuzzi. The aft deck is a large terrace for alfresco dining, and the bow has a helipad while on the rear cockpit, up long stairs down to the beach club, is an infinity pool.

Talking on more general aspects, Project COSMOS’ superstructure is much farther forward than most yachts, making it quite the contrast to the straight-edged of a traditional 300-foot yacht. Luiz DeBasto has yet to reveal an accommodations plan for this 90-metre superyacht project, or even engines for that matter, but BMT Nigel Gee naval architects designed the hull for several cruising options, so it falls somewhere between a traditional cruising yacht and an explorer.

Renderings: copyrights Luiz DeBasto & Oceanco / Texts: Superyachttimes – Robb Report

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