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Sailing yacht KORU (Y721) is the largest - 127m (416'8") - Dutch-built sailing yacht ever built and is the work of the Oceanco shipyard and believed to be owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Deliver in 2023 she has three masts of 65-85m and a volume of 3,300 GT.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF KORU (Y721): ~Largest Dutch-built sailing yacht ~Classic Schooner Rig ~Deck jacuzzi ~Vast sun deck ~Air conditioning ~WiFi
With her navy hull and white superstructure, KORU cuts a stylish figure and as she begins to reveal herself, it appears she boasts a vast sun deck, deck jacuzzi.
Details of her interior have yet to be released
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Amenities and Extras
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"A shipyard sells a yacht and after the warranty period has concluded, often the client and yacht are forgotten. If you look at Oceanco, we see the client as a client for a lifetime. We take care of all of them, even if he has a 25 year old Oceanco." - Dr Mohammed Al Barwani, Oceanco Chairman, a world-class builder of custom superyachts in the 80–140 meters range: "We pride ourselves in integrating fine old world dutch craftmanship with sophisticated new world know-how and TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY. To our craftsmen, PERFECTION is a point of principle. We encourage a philosophy whereby each individual feels personally responsible for the quality of the entire yacht."