Discussion in 'Oceanco Yacht' started by Yacht News, Apr 22, 2008.
It looks like she will be taking some styling cues from Alfa Nero
There are more photos online now. She seems a lot like Alfa Nero but with the bow of Y712 (I presume).
Yeah, the 109-meter Y718 is in the water already.
Y-715 has been delivered and is named Barbara.
Seems like the varnished or teak inserts in the rails still need to be installed... perhaps that will be done in Falmouth?
Looking at the font of the name and the blue hull & wood transom, it must be the same owner as Anastasia and Nirvana
Correct... the font is the exact same one used on both Nirvana and Anastasia but even without seeing that the general Sam Sorgiovanni design gave away who the yacht was possibly for.
Jubilee is now listed for sale on Burgess' website..
I always like the design on Jubilee and the interior of it looks nice!
She looks really nice indeed, both inside and out.
I wonder how much she costs. Probably close to $300 million.
Yea I would say $300 million maybe a little more.
Where have you seen renderings of her interior?
The renderings appear to be exterior deck spaces, not interior.
Jubilee is named Al Menwar.
In the May issue of a Very well known British Yachting Magazine, there is Interior renderings of Al Menwar (Jubilee) in a Advertisement for the yacht being for sale, Her interior of the vocabulary of a middle eastern owned yacht.
Are they interior shots or deck shots like seen on burgess?
Yes they're interior renderings... Not just the deck shots like their website.
I just saw them. Definitely doesn't match the progressive exterior design.