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New Launch: OceAnco 86M 'Y-706'

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  1. OceAnco launches 86-meter 'Y-706'

    The Y-700 series of new generation yachts continues for OceAnco with the recent and successful launching of the sixth yacht in that series, 'Y-706'. The 86-meter long yacht features a design penned by Nuvolari & Lenard. She is quite reminiscent of 'Y-702', christened "Alfa Nero" in her overall appearence but that is where the similarity ends. It is the details that set her apart and as you view her closer, those details become clearer.

    On the inside, she is enormously spacious having enough guest cabins to sleep twelve in the highest comfort and luxury. There is a master stateroom, two VIP suites, two double cabins and one twin for guests. There is even a complete deck catering solely to the owner's whims and fantasies. "For an 86-meter yacht, the OceAnco Y-706 is the optimum balance, being both discreet and distinctive."

    "The 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...houses a voluminous aluminum superstructure." Y-706 is powered by twin 4,680 horse power MTU engines capable of pushing her to a top speed of just under 20 knots. With nearly 300,000 LT fuel capacity, her range is well over ocean crossing!

    Y-706 is a large platform envisioned to meet out the owner's delights in reality. Comfort and luxury were not compromised and now she is launched, workers are working hard at putting the finishing touches interior and exterior. They are also preparing her for sea trials so she can be successfully tested and completed by the end of the year.

    For more information:

    OceAnco Shipyards
    Zuiderstek 40
    2950 AA Alblasserdam
    The Netherlands

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