Dutch superyacht yard Oceanco has unveiled details of Sunny Memories, a new 90m concept inspired by the Belle Epoque era in collaboration with Dennis Ingemansson Design
Oceanco has unveiled details of a new 90m superyacht concept inspired by the Belle Epoque era in collaboration with Dennis Ingemansson Design.
Despite Sunny Memories’ generous dimensions, her lines have been drawn to express a visual sense of forward movement and speed.
“I started conceiving Sunny Memories in my mind… with my eyes closed,” says Dennis Ingemansson in a statement. “I envisioned wavy yet neat curves and shapes.
“Her lines are inspired by the ‘Belle Epoque’ period,” he adds. “Art Nouveau emerged from this period, which was characterised by optimism, regional peace, economic prosperity and technological, scientific and cultural innovations.
“This unique and largely decorative art movement distinguished by its curvilinear forms and nature-inspired motifs, is what I wanted to sketch: elegant and sleek timeless exterior lines with classic and modern detailing.”
Sunny Memories has six double guest staterooms on the main deck, with access to a vast dining room and lounge/disco salon that opens up on the pool deck with direct access to the sea.
The owner’s cabin is on the upper deck, hosting a private whirlpool on its foredeck, with panoramic views. The master suite is equipped with his-and-hers facilities, a private bar and a large-screen TV room.
Sunny Memories will be powered by twin 4,830hp engines for a maximum speed of 18.5kt. The delivery date has yet to be confirmed.