Delivered in spring 2009, the 85.47m/ 280.41ft (yard code Y704) Vibrant Curiosity is Nuvolari & Lenard's third project with Oceanco.


The yacht has many outstanding features including an astonishing amidships atrium with panoramic exterior views and a vast beach club deck area with a 7m (23ft) swimming pool and three skylights integrated into the pool floor. She can accommodate up to 18 guests, including the owner, in a master stateroom, one VIP suite with his & her bathroom, five double VIP suites and two double guest cabins.


The interior layout of Vibrant Curiosity challenges conventional wisdom. The owner’s suite and private foredeck is located on the upper deck and the bulk of the guest cabins is on the main deck instead of the lower deck. On the lower deck, adjacent to a teak-lined lobby with lift access and a large shell door in the side of the hull, is a VIP cabin. Oceanco’s rationale behind its location is elegantly simple: despite being fitted with zero-speed stabilisers, in case of bad weather being low down in the hull as near to the centre of buoyancy as possible is the best place to be in terms of comfort. The novel layout of the guest accommodation continues on the skylounge deck that features two identical VIP cabins with bathrooms that look out onto the open aft deck. Yet the single most intriguing aspect of the interior layout is how the main entrance has been placed not on the main deck, traditionally from the starboard side, but from the swim platform on the lower deck. From here guests enter a corridor between the two tender bays that is illuminated by what appear to be three round skylights, but are in fact windows in the bottom of the swimming pool on the upper deck. The idea behind this novelty was to bring guests aboard the yacht in a very different but practical manner. By putting the swimming pool on the upper deck, which also affords more privacy, the yacht’s designers in conjunction with the engineers were able to create a void space underneath for the corridor on the lower deck.


Powered by twin 4,680hp/3,492kW MTU engines, Vibrant Curiosity reaches speeds of about 20 knots.



    • Length overall:

      85.47m / 280.41ft

    • Beam overall:

      14.20m / 46.59ft

    • Max speed:

      20.00 knots

    • Engine type:

      2 x 4,680 hp / 3,492 kW MTU 16V 595 TE 70

    • Fuel capacity:

      284,500 L / 75,157 US gallons

    • Classification:

      Lloyds register ✠ 100 A1 SSC Yacht (P) MONO G6 +LMC UMS MCA

    • Material:

      Steel hull & Aluminium superstructure

    • Accommodation:

      Master suite, office and private exterior deck area with whirlpool, 1 VIP suite with his & her bathrooms, 5 double VIP suites, 2 double guest cabins

    • Naval architect:

      Oceanco / Azure

    • Exterior designer:

      Nuvolari & Lenard

    • Interior designer:

      Nuvolari & Lenard

    • Delivery date: