Oceanco celebrates delivery of new 109-metre yacht, Seven Seas

Oceanco celebrates delivery of new 109-metre yacht, Seven Seas

In an exciting development, Oceanco has announced the delivery of its latest masterpiece, the remarkable 109-metre Seven Seas yacht.
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In an exciting development, Oceanco has announced the delivery of its latest masterpiece, the Seven Seas. This remarkable 109-metre motor yacht, previously known as Project Y720, is a testament to the exceptional collaboration between Oceanco, Lateral, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design and Molly Isaksen Interiors.

Unveiled for the first time in March 2022, as it rolled out of the construction shed in Zwijndrecht, the Seven Seas has already made waves in the yachting industry. As widely speculated, the new Oceanco belongs to Steven Spielberg. In the meantime, the Dutch yard discretely describes Seven Seas as a yacht with a beautifully proportioned profile. It is adorned with a stunning combination of natural materials and glass, providing an unparalleled onboard experience.

Seven Seas' bespoke design

The shipyard also emphasises the 4444 gross-ton vessel's exceptional qualities. And shares that the project underwent extensive optimization under Lateral Naval Architects, resulting in outstanding performance and seakeeping ability. The first LY3-compliant yacht to feature a Marine Evacuation System, Seven Seas exemplifies Oceanco's cutting-edge innovation and commitment to safety.

Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design created a sleek exterior with sharp lines and tapered decks. As the first exterior design collaboration between this Dutch studio and Oceanco, Seven Seas marks a significant milestone for Sinot. Notably, according to the yard, the vessel's owner played an integral role in shaping the design, further enhancing its complexity.

While the interior details are kept under wraps, the design is a collaborative effort between Sinot and American designer Molly Isaksen. Molly Isaksen Interiors, based in Beverly Hills, expertly combines Californian modernism with Belgian and French traditional styles, resulting in visually pleasing and inviting ambiences. Notably, Isaksen collaborated on the previous Oceanco Seven Seas, built in 2010 for the same owner

Twin MTU 20V 4000 M73L diesel engines, each producing 4,813 horsepower, propel the yacht to a maximum speed of 20 knots. Lateral also collaborated on this advanced propulsion system.

Seven Seas for Oceanco

For the Oceanco brand, Seven Seas marks its second delivery in 2023 and represents the fourth-largest construction to date. Earlier this year, they handed over to her owner their flagship, the 127-metre sailing Koru. Oceanco's commitment to excellence is further showcased by their ongoing construction projects, with three yachts over 100 metres long: Oceanco Y723, Oceanco Y722, and Oceanco Y726.

Oceanco's delivery of the Seven Seas is a testament to their expertise and dedication to pushing the boundaries of yacht design and engineering. With its striking features, exceptional performance, luxurious interior and the reputation of being owned by a famous American, this remarkable vessel will surely capture yachting enthusiasts' attention around the world.

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