All yachts

Alfa Nero
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 81 m | 2007
Amevi
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 80 m | 2007
Anastasia
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 75 m | 2008
Jaan 2
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 45.55 m | 1995
Caprice
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 37.5 m | 1994
Constellation
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 80 m | 1999
Equanimity
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 91.5 m | 2014
Helios
Motor yacht
€ 35,000,000
Oceanco | 59 m | 2001
Idefix
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 42 m | 1998
Indian Empress
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 95 m | 2000
Infinity
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 88.5 m | 2015
Sea Walk
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 62 m | 2005
Lucky Lady
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 62.5 m | 2002
Natita
Motor yacht
$ 39,900,000
Oceanco | 65.99 m | 2005
Nirvana
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 88 m | 2012
Sea Pearl
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 60 m | 2004
Seven Seas
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 86 m | 2010
Deep Blue II
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 43.68 m | 1996
Amore Vero
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 85.6 m | 2013
Stargate
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 80 m | 2001
Sunrays
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 85.5 m | 2010
Vibrant Curiosity
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 85.47 m | 2009
Sunrise
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 52.8 m | 2000
The Wellesley
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 56.15 m | 1993
Lazy Z
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 51.4 m | 1997
Black Pearl
Sailing yacht
Oceanco | 106 m | 2017
Jubilee
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 110 m | 2017
Barbara
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 88.5 m | 2017
Oceanco Y718
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 109 m | 2018
Oceanco Y717
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 90 m | 2017
Queen Mavia
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 55.63 m | 2001

About Oceanco

Oceanco
Alblasserdam, The Netherlands
+31 78 699 5399
Oceanco was established in 1987 by a group of South African private investors led by CEO, Richard Hein. The company built hulls and superstructures in South Africa before transporting them to various facilities in The Netherlands for fittings.

In 2002, Greek shipping magnate, Theodoros Angelopoulos took over Oceanco and set it on a path to build new yachts over 80 meters. Under this philosophy, the Amevi, Alfa Nero, Anastasia and Vibrant Curiosity were built.

In 2010, energy tycoon, Mohammed Al Barwani acquired Oceanco and continued positioning it as a major player in the megayacht industry. In 2013, he consolidated his position in the space by purchasing Turkish yacht builder, Proteksan Turquoise and renamed it to Turquoise Yachts.

Yachts for sale

Helios
Motor yacht
€ 35,000,000
Oceanco | 59 m | 2001
Natita
Motor yacht
$ 39,900,000
Oceanco | 65.99 m | 2005

Yachts for charter

Anastasia
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 75 m | 2008
Indian Empress
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 95 m | 2000
Lucky Lady
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 62.5 m | 2002
Sunrise
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 52.8 m | 2000
The Wellesley
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 56.15 m | 1993
Lazy Z
Motor yacht
Oceanco | 51.4 m | 1997

Latest News

Hatteras launches first 90 yacht
Hatteras has launched the first model in the new 90 series with the public debut taking place in Florida later this year.The yacht features a crisp, light-filled interior that strikes a perfect balance of dramatic form and ingenious function. She incorporates an inspiring range of global design influences to create new uses of living, dining and entertaining spaces. Distinctive features include signature skylights as well as a sweeping staircase to the expansive bridge. A play is created between the interior and exterior spaces, which include a modular bar on the aft deck and ample lounging space on the side decks and bow. The impact of the massive 22'6" beam is felt throughout, including in the four luxurious staterooms.
Game Changer cruising in the Med
Dutch shipbuilder Damen has launched Game Changer, its latest 70-metre yacht support vessel with helicopter hangar, in March 2017. The vessel has been later spotted in London and now seen cruising the Med.Game Changer is the fourth yacht support vessel in the 70-metre segment following the delivery of Intrepid, 6711 and Garcon. This latest launch also follows last year’s delivery and sale of the 55-metre showcase vessel Fast & Furious. With its yacht support range, Damen is now the established leader in this rapidly developing niche. In total 11 vessels have been delivered or are in build.The vessel features a fully certified helideck so owners can take larger helicopters on long range flights to their mother yachts and land safely in a wider weather window. Lowering the helicopter into the hangar protects it from the elements so it is refuelled and available for take-off without causing hassle, disruption and noise on the mother yacht.In addition, Game Changer has 250 square metres of open deck space for tenders and toys. The large deck crane makes logistics and handling simple, fast and safe. Below deck there is a further 110 square-metre storage space/dive centre. The YS 6911 has offices, facilities and accommodation for 22 crew and staff. It can carry a huge amount of extra provisions, fuel (marine, aviation and petrol), luggage and spare parts.
Design Unlimited unveils MC155 trimaran concept
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39m yacht on fire in front of Nice airport
If Only, a 39-meter Feadship, has caught fire earlier today around 14:00 in front of Nice's airport in France. All eleven guests and a reported crew of 4 are now safe according to Nice Matin.Rapidly dispatched to the yacht that was less than 5 nautical miles from the shore, local firefighters were able to put out the fire onboard.Built by Dutch-based Feadship in 1974 as Wallanka, the yacht was later renamed to If Only. The 39-meter yacht had a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.Built by Dutch-based Feadship in 1974 as Wallanka, the yacht was later renamed to If Only. The 39-meter yacht had a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Skat arrives to Holland for Royal Huisman's refit
Lurssen superyacht Skat has arrived to the Netherlands for Royal Huisman's refit. 70.7m yacht, launched in 2002, has already been to Huisfit facilities twice: in 2012 and 2014.Skat features interior design by Marco Zanini and an exterior design by Espen Oeino. With a beam of 13.5 m and a draft of 3.75 m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 1998 tons. Performance wise Skat is powered by 2680 hp engines each giving her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. She can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins.