Oceanco begins the outfitting of the custom 85.6m superyacht, known as motor yacht project Y708.
Three months after the successful delivery of the 86 meter Seven Seas, Oceanco loaded its latest custom superyacht, the 85.6 meter Y708, into its shed for the finishing phases. Oceanco collaborated with its exclusive Dutch hull-builder Zwijnenburg as well as Aluship Technology to build the steel hull and aluminum superstructure respectively.
Yacht Y708’s sleek silhouette, possessing the smooth exterior lines by Igor Lobanov, compliments her projected modern interior design by Alberto Pinto. In addition to Oceanco’s in-house build and engineering team, the interior construction benefits from the partnership with renowned Northern-European interior specialists.
Along with living and entertaining spaces, the accommodations afford the owner of motor yacht Y708 two private connected decks: one comprises a sumptuous master stateroom with exterior balcony, a fully equipped gym, an exclusive hammam and beauty salon. The other is his private sun deck, with whirlpool and sun loungers. In addition to the master stateroom, there are six luxury cabins: two VIP suites with private balconies and four spacious doubles.
Superyacht Y708, characterized by sophisticated styling, exemplifies Oceanco’s dedication to continuous research in design and innovation. Y708 will feature the Environmental Protection notation from Lloyd’s Registry that serves as a mark of environmental quality.
Oceanco continues to distinguish itself for the highest production standards and the most impressive objectives in terms of performance, technology, styling and quality. Y708 is scheduled to be completed by November 2012.
SPECIFICATIONS OF OCEANCO YACHT Y708
Length Overall: 85.6m / 280.8ft
Beam Overall: 14.20m / 46.6ft
Materials: Steel (hull); Aluminum (superstructure)
Engines: 2 x MTU 20V 4000 M73L
Maximum Speed: Approximately 20 knots
Exterior Designer: Igor Lobanov
Interior Designer: Alberto Pinto
Naval Architecture: Oceanco / Azure
Delivery: November 2012
Photography: Pamela Jones