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Oceanco unveil the Aeolus a spectacular 430foot superyacht named after the Greek god of wind..

Unveiled at the Dubai International Boat Show the revolutionary new gigayacht Aeolus, designed by Giles Taylor and interior architects at Njord by Bergman Design House is a floating sanctuary effortlessly sculpted by the wind.

Named after the Greek god of the wind, Aeolus, ingenious design resonates with creatives, visionary leaders, innovators and big thinkers. With her long bow and aft-orientated superstructure, made up of three distinct living areas, she delivers both a strikingly elegant proportion and a timeless sense of pure, nature inspired modernity.

Her hull launches two dynamic, forward-orientated buttresses to frame a beautiful opening onto the sea. Feel closer to nature while enjoying your morning workout or an evening cocktail reception, as if the intimate moment were one a much smaller craft. A unique benefit of the 360-degree experience, Aeolus’s hull design approach opens up an otherwise blocked off space usually given over to suites that are often vacant.

Her three distinct, glass-clad, layered decks invite you to actively participate in the surrounding seascape. To socialize, to host and to dine as well as to enjoy private time with the ocean always in view. Moving slowly but effortlessly up through the pod-like formations to the owner's private oasis, this is where she truly resonates with those onboard like no other; the purest of sanctuaries.

Aeolus’s design highlights her exterior, with views that capture the romance of movement at sea. She draws these generous outside spaces effortlessly to her interior, stimulating reflection and inspiration. Her interior is at once sensual and timeless, organic and sustainable; a place where art, the body and nature entwine. Vast, multi-use spaces are intuitively shaped to make Aeolus’s interior feel welcoming and open, without confining boundaries. Exploring the relationship between form and space, her creators have curated Aeolus through a desire to coexist with the ocean and landscape. Visually, the interior manifests in a blend of tonal textures and unexpected shapes, balancing a chorus of colors that grace minimal and maximal silhouettes alike.

Accommodating just enough suites for your family and favored guests while ensuring that your elevated master suite delivers the best views in the house. The unique private owner’s deck, with a bar and relaxation area located above, can be reserved just for you or opened up for socializing, depending on your wishes. In this remarkable hideaway, a secluded world for relaxation or business is imagined; the ocean view is shared by no-one else and offers the ultimate private space in which you might consider the shape of the world, now and in the future.The next level down, or upper deck, is home to the cocoon-like master suite with its unobstructed panoramic vistas, not to mention a stunning sunken bath and private seating nook for quiet contemplation. The aft part of the upper deck is given over to a multifunctional space for relaxing, dining with guests or hosting a business function; fully glazed with stunning views, it has a symmetry of layout that reminds one of the great ocean liners from the Golden Age. The main deck features a stylishly integrated pool and lounging area to the stern with stairs descending to the beach club.

The first point of entry on Aeolus is the main deck lounge, with a staircase leading up to an inner atrium, which offers a place to dine, meet day guests and host drinks receptions or business gatherings.

Two guest suites are situated forward on the main deck, adjacent to the gym and exterior atrium, which is open from above and provides far-reaching views to both sides, right next to the ocean. Two VIP suites and two guest suites are located on the lower deck, located a short walk from the expansive and multifunctional beach club with its flanking fold-down terraces that offer beautiful waterside lounging opportunities from a choice of intimate, comfortable seating areas. This space can transition to whatever vibe is demanded, from an afternoon pool party to a more formal evening event; its sit-up bar is positioned underneath the twinkling of the pool skylight above, while a nearby privatespace can be adapted for a variety of needs. All decks are connected by a central feature elevator and staircase that effortlessly extend down to the beach club, where tenders await to transport you and your guests ashore


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