On the 21th of November Oceanco shipyard in Alblasserdam, the Netherlands showed some parts of the new superyacht Oceanco Y707, one of four 85+m yachts that are currently under construction.
The new 87.47 meters yacht is designed by Sam Sorgiovanni and adds new dimensions to the superyacht category.
Built to the most rigorous standards, Y707’s completed hull was transported to Oceanco’s yard from its nearby hull manufacturer on Friday 20 November. Her hull was then joined to her superstructure and maneuvered into the shed the following day.
All technical spaces are painted and ready for the installation of equipment; the acoustic, thermal and fire protection insulation is already in place; and the hull itself is fully sandblasted and sprayed. The new yacht will also have a helicopter deck with foldable wings.
Y707 is the first Oceanco’s yacht with the MTU 20V 4000-series engines, which are characterized by impressive power but with reduced noise and economic use of fuel.
The interior of the superyacht is very spacious. This effect is achieved by using glass and large sliding doors. This concept opens up the interior area to the outside deck, making it even longer and giving the possibility of being both inside and outside at the same time. Y707 will feature six decks each with a private exterior area. The vast owner’s apartment has several rooms and a spacious deck, on top of the entirely closed forecastle deck.
Oceanco Y707 will be delivered in 2011.
Length Overall: 87.00m / 285.43ft 06
Beam Overall: 14.20m / 46.59ft
Maximum Speed: Approximately 18.5 knots
Accommodation: Master suite, office and private exterior deck area with whirlpool; 1 VIP suite with lounge and his & her bathrooms; 4 double VIP cabins
Material: Hull– Steel / Superstructure – Aluminium
Engine Type: 2 x 4,830hp / 3,600kW MTU 20V 4000 M73L
Fuel Capacity: 280,000 litres / 73,968 US gallons
Naval Architect: Oceanco / Azure
Exterior Designer: Sam Sorgiovanni
Interior Designer: Sam Sorgiovanni
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