Oceanco has rolled out 90-metre (295-foot) superyacht Project Y717 from its build hall at its facility in Alblasserdam, signalling that she could soon be launched.
Project Y717 is due for completion at the end of the year ©SuperYacht Times.
She has exterior styling by Luiz de Basto ©SuperYacht Times.
Her uppermost deck is thought to be reserved for a helipad ©SuperYacht Times.
Y717 is due for completion at the end of the year, when she will become one of the world’s largest superyachts. Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she is spread over four decks.
The yacht boasts exterior styling by Luiz de Basto and offers on-board accommodation for up to 12 guests, split across six cabins. The owner’s deck is set on the upper deck and includes a private bow-facing terrace with spa pool. There are also crew quarters for 31 staff on board.
The main-deck saloon provides stunning views out to sea through windows measuring 2.3-metres tall. A bridge-deck swimming pool is flanked by sunbeds, while the uppermost deck is thought to be reserved for a helicopter.
Other notable features include two lifts, a dive centre, hammam, sauna and storage for a submarine as part of an expansive beach club.
Other projects currently under development at Oceanco includes 109-metre Project Y718, Project Bravo, a Nuvolari Lenard design that’s also due for delivery this year.
For more information, visit Oceanco.