Oceanco launches largest superyacht in the Netherlands

Oceanco has announced the launch of 110m Project Jubilee, the largest superyacht ever to be built in the Netherlands.

Originally signed by Burgess in October 2012, Project Jubilee was created from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and has a total interior volume of over 4,500GT across her five decks.

Azure and Oceanco completed Jubilee’s naval architecture, while Sam Sorgiovanni created her interior design, and Lobanov Naval Design her exterior styling.

Standout features on board Project Jubilee include a swimming pool with built-in aquarium, located on the aft deck, a fully certified helipad on the foredeck, and superyacht beach club below deck. She is able to accommodate 30 guests across 15 cabins, with a separate deck for the owner.

In a statement, Oceanco said, “This yacht has a very sleek and original profile that will surely turn heads wherever she travels. Her elongated profile flows elegantly and gracefully from bow to stern.”

Project Jubilee is the first yacht to be built in Oceanco’s new facilities, after the shipyard expanded in 2014 with a new dry dock and shed able to accommodate vessels up to 140m in length.

Another landmark project underway at Oceanco is Project Solar, the largest sailing yacht ever built in the Netherlands. Project Solar was recently spotted out on sea trials, and is due for delivery this year.

For more information, visit Oceanco or watch a video of the launch.

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