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News: Oceanco launches 110-meter superyacht "Jubilee"

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  1. Oceanco launches 110-meter superyacht "Jubilee"

    At an impressive 110-meters (361ft) and a slip-busting 16.4-meter (54ft) beam, Oceanco's project Jubilee just became the largest superyacht ever built in The Netherlands! Project Jubilee has an unmistakable sheer line that gives rise to a contrasting superstructure that is certain to become one of the most recognizable splashes in superyacht history. Igor Lobanov was responsible for the exterior design and Sam Sorgiovanni appointed the interior. Jubilee weighs in at just over 4,500 gross tons, making her a heavyweight in her class and further solidifying Oceanco's remarkable rise to become the new Dutch dynasty!
  2. Jubilee's elongated profile hosts no fewer than six decks. She offers a fully certified helicopter platform on the foredeck with a hidden mooring deck below. Viewed from above, her lines lead aft to a large pool deck with built in Aquarium and a spacious beach club below. Built to the Passenger Yacht Code, Jubilee offers spacious and comfortable accommodation for up to 30 guests in 15 staterooms, including an entirely private owner’s deck.
  3. This project was brought to Oceanco by Burgess who also provided project management throughout the build process. She represents a number of firsts in yachting, not only for her size, but also the fact that she is a fully turn-key project completely outfitted at delivery including all Owner’s supplies; tenders, watersports equipment, china, crystal, etc. Jubilee was built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure and is projected to cruise at 18.5 knots. She will be undergoing sea trials in the North Sea and is scheduled to cruise the Mediterranean during the summer season.

    For more information:

    Oceanco Shipyards
    Marineweg 1
    2952 BX Alblasserdam
    The Netherlands

    www.oceancoyacht.com

    *Photography: Francisco Martinez


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