Dutch shipyard Oceanco has unveiled visuals of project Moonstone, its latest 90m concept. The project was officially presented at the Dubai International Boat Show this week.
The yacht is based on the yard’s 90m platform with further flexibility on her general arrangement.
The hull light panels have been designed to be self-sufficient with the use of 70sq m standard solar panels on top of the superstructure. A day of sunlight could potentially allow the dimming and illuminating light panels to run for an estimated three hours, the shipyard claims.
The plumb bow has an integrated mooring and anchoring bay, which helps keep the bow area uncluttered.
In addition, unfolding navigation wings are designed to increase visibility. These stations spread out laterally like wings suspended in mid-air.
The yacht will be PYC classed for more than 12 guests.
Oceanco says the surfaces of Moonstone’s multi-faceted hull and superstructure allows for a multitude of diverse visual effects.
In its natural state, the faceted surface of the yacht constantly mirrors its environment: it reflects the sun, sky, clouds and sea.
The facets contain LED lights that are digitally programmed and controlled via a mobile device.
Project Moonstone results from a collaboration between Oceanco, Dutch studio of Van Geest Design for the exterior styling and UK lighting specialist Temeloy.