Oceanco Stiletto Superyacht

Apr 13, 2016

Category: Living

Looking like something out of Jordan Belfort’s fleet of yachts, the Oceanco Stiletto Superyacht concept is truly something of a dream for us mere regular folk. Created by the naval architect Ken Freivokh, the 351ft five-star hotel-on-the-water boasts an obvious 21st-century profile and plush interior suited for a king, or tech billionaire.

The conceptual exterior features several aft terraces, one of which hosts a 25-foot-long swimming pool. An additional pool lives on the sizable social area surrounded by a bar, recliners, and shading system to help passengers keep cool on their way to Monaco. And just in case an impromptu business meeting, or additional passengers, are necessary, the yacht has a convenient helipad forward the social area. The interior also boasts some striking appearances. There’s a glass elevator, spiral staircase, and two-story saloon with a 20-foot high ceiling and skylight. Stiletto also features a hybrid propulsion system with two twin diesel engines connected to an electric motor, reducing emission and increasing efficiency. Not to worry, though, the Stiletto would still top out around 19 knots. [H/T: Maxim]

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