Naval architects of this magnificent 2010 motor yacht called SEVEN SEAS (ex Y706) are Oceanco and Azure. Her interior design together with the exterior design is a creation of Nuvolari & Lenard designers.
Oceanco Yachts is a company that works with world class designers in continuing to improve the yachts they build. Each one is quantifiably better than the last. This sometimes comes with almost radical leaps in design and technology, as seen with ALFA NERO, whilst in addition there are perpetual small improvements which combine to produce superior yachts in almost all areas.
Motor yacht SEVEN SEAS‘s (Y706) spectacularly shaped and thoroughly tested steel hull with bulbous bow is capable of worldwide ocean going voyages and extensive cruising on high seas.
The welded steel hull of the Y706 M/Y SEVEN SEAS is currently under construction and will house a large aluminium superstructure.
For a 86 metre motor yacht, the Oceanco Y706 is the perfect balance. Meaning she is both discreet and distinctive. Her size, shape and style will ensure that she is one of the most impressive yachts in the world, easily recognized in any company, whether cruising the oceans or at anchor in the Caribbean, Costa Esmeralda or the Mediterranean.
One interesting thing about the new Oceanco Y706 superyacht SEVEN SEAS is her performance. Large yachts with long waterlines are capable of high speeds and yacht SEVEN SEAS has an impressive top speed projection of 18.50 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. Although not super fast it should be remembered that this is a typically volumous Oceanco motor yacht with good height and with a beam of 13.80 metres providing a capacious interior and exterior deck space. Her official after launch sea trial and testing will confirm her true speed capabilities.
Also interesting about the Y706 yacht SEVEN SEAS is the powerful exterior design work as produced by the now famous Nuvolari & Lenard. In keeping with the Oceanco tendency, the megayacht has a swimming pool on her aft deck which can conveniently be transformed into a full helipad.
The Y706 Oceanco yacht SEVEN SEAS has accommodation for 12 guests, including a now usual large separate master suite with study and private deck area.
The 86.47 metre (280.43ft) Oceanco Yacht is fitted with two 4,680hp / 3,492 kW MTU engines. As mentioned before, she is able to reach the maximum speed of 18,5 knots and the top cruising speed of approximately 14 knots.
The Y706 yacht SEVEN SEAS is built to Lloyds Register +100 a1 SSC yacht ℗ MONO G6 LMC UMS classifications.