World-class superyacht builder Oceanco has awarded RH Marine with the contract for the electrical & automation system integration and overall electrical system responsibility of Oceanco’s new 100+ meter yacht. Both parties consider this collaboration to be the start of a productive long-term partnership.
RH Marine’s scope
RH Marine is responsible for the delivery of the complete electrical & automation system. The system includes the newest version of RH Marine’s next generation of ship automation: Rhodium AMCS and the Energy Management System for optimization of energy consumption.
RH Marine is responsible for the electrical system integration of various systems onboard. To select the best fitting suppliers for the project, Oceanco has consulted RH Marine for the specifications and requirements of all electrical systems onboard.
Unique vision on yacht building
Oceanco has a unique, forward thinking vision on large yacht-building. Instead of having a dedicated engineering team that provides the specifications upon which suppliers make their offer, they believe in co-makership and involve key partners in the earliest stages of the project to be able to design the specifications of the yacht together.
Oceanco selects the key partners they consider to be of best value for the project based on a combination of attributes such as technical capabilities, project team and project management skills. RH Marine is proud to be Oceanco’s preferred partner for this 100+ meter superyacht.
RH Marine’s footprint in the yachting industry
The Netherlands is known for building the world’s highest quality superyachts. RH Marine is a company in electrical system integration with decades of experience in the yachting industry and on-site locations at multiple Dutch and international shipyards and now also proudly at Oceanco.
RH Marine delivers systems for all types of yachts ranging from 30 to more than 160 meters and is innovating towards a fully sustainable superyacht industry by offering advanced Hybrid and Energy Management solutions. One of which is the installation of a 1MW hybrid solution onboard an 80+ meter superyacht.