Oceanco welcomed another of its new construction projects to its outfitting facilities in Alblasserdam on 19 December. Y726 was transported along the Oude Maas River from Oceanco’s construction facilities in Zwijndrecht to Alblasserdam.

In Alblasserdam, the yacht’s final stages of construction will be completed before its launch, sea trials and delivery.

In a characteristically playful act, Rotterdam-based graffiti artist I AM EELCO was invited to paint on board to add a cheerful wink to Y726’s transportation – a true milestone in the project’s construction.

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One of Oceanco’s largest yachts

With an overall length of 111 metres, beam of 16 metres and displacement of 4550 GT, Y726 is one of the largest yachts by volume to be built by the Dutch shipyard. Its exterior design by Espen Øino International provided the exterior design, whereas Mark Berryman Design was contracted for the interior.

The yacht can accommodate up to 28 guests who will be looked after by up to 34 crew. Naval architecture of Y726 has been carried out by Lateral together with Oceanco’s in-house team.

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Accommodation features

Notable features on board include a winter garden, covered cocktail area, outdoor cinema, private owner’s area including a jacuzzi, and a multi-purpose entertainment area including a jacuzzi and swimming pool. While inside, there is a cinema lounge, gym, spa with sauna and steam room, and a beach club lounge with bar opening directly onto the swimming platform.

The yacht’s interior will benefit from spectacular views, courtesy of large windows that have been integrated throughout.

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The details of the superyacht are:

  • Length: 111 metres
  • Beam: 16 metres
  • Gross tonnage: 4550
  • Exterior design: Espen Øino International
  • Interior design: Mark Berryman Design
  • Naval architecture: Lateral Naval Architects