The interior is expected to sleep as many as fourteen guests in seven cabins. The owner has a Master Suite and guests are slept in four doubles and two VIP-type cabins. The displacement superyacht features styling that is what we know from this Dutch builder but adds some new elements. For example, the reverse angle windows on the front of the superstructure for the bridge and forward main deck lounge.
Another major difference is that the long open-air aft main deck has been eliminated on this build and appears to be covered. Two garage doors are integrated into the structure hinting that this area will be main tender storage of Y-709
. Along with a traditional paint scheme, dark blue hull and white superstructure, the general Y700 series appeal is still alive in the design. At 91.5-meters long, she spreads five decks above the waterline offering plenty to do and see for her new owner and guests alike. For more information:
2950 AA Alblasserdam
The Netherlands OCEANCO Yachts
Photos by DavidWB