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News: Oceanco Delivers 109M "Seven Seas"

Discussion in 'Oceanco Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jul 3, 2023.

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  1. 109-meter "Seven Seas" Delivered By Oceanco
    Today Oceanco announced the delivery of the 109-meter (357-foot) superyacht "Seven Seas" (Y720). Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design was responsible for the exterior design. The interior was fleshed together to a design by Molly Isaksen Interiors. Under the unique expertise and guidance of Lateral Naval Architects, the project underwent an extensive optimization process, resulting in outstanding performance and seakeeping ability. She is also the first LY3-compliant yacht to feature a Marine Evacuation System.
  2. Her classically proportioned profile features a prominent use of glass with the main, bridge and upper decks each fully surrounded by large glass windows. Seven Seas is highly voluminous boasting internal volume in the region of 4,444 GT. Compare that to a previous 86-meter Oceanco superyacht that prior carried the name Seven Seas, that valued an internal volume of 2,658 GT.
  3. The Owner played a key role throughout the design process, making Seven Seas (Y720) a very special yacht. The yacht has been engineered with technologically advanced environmental systems that exceed current regulations. Seven Seas features an advanced propulsion system pushed by a pair of powerful MTU 20V 4,000 M73s which permit her to a 20-knot top speed. The yacht has now been delivered to its owner after being launched in March 2022.


    • Length 109m / 357ft
    • Beam 16m / 52ft
    • Speed 20 knotsInterior & Exterior Design Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design
    • Interior Design Molly Isaksen Interiors
    • Naval Architecture Lateral Naval Architects

    For more information:

    Marineweg 1 & 5
    2952 BX Alblasserdam
    The Netherlands

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