The Dutch Shipyard, Oceanco, announced the delivery of the 117 meter (384ft) superyacht INFINITY. INFINITY is the shipbuilder’s largest motor yacht so far and represents the largest yacht that a shipyard ever built in The Netherlands. Espen Øino International designed the superyacht’s yacht exterior, while Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design and David Kleinberg Design Associates were responsible for the yacht’s contemporary interior.
Below are the latest details shared by the Oceanco Shipyard:
Marcel Onkenhout, CEO of Oceanco commented, “She is the result of impressive teamwork from the Owner’s team, Espen Øino, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, David Kleinberg Design Associates, Lateral Naval Architects, and all Oceanco’s co-makers and strategic partners. She represents the true power of co-makership that is central to all our projects.”
The seven-deck superyacht has elegant interior and exterior spaces, accommodations for up to 16 guests and includes an extensive wellness area with spa, sauna, gym, and yoga studio.
The superyacht boasts best in class crew areas, mechanical systems and technology and an unprecedented level of onboard comfort with a particular emphasis on low noise and vibration levels. Following an exhaustive development and engineering process, the hull and active stabilization has been intelligently optimized to deliver the next generation in both seakeeping and hydrodynamic efficiency.
Superyacht INFINITY Features Best in Class Crew Areas, Mechanical Systems and Technology, Plus an Unprecedented Level of Onboard Comfort with a Particular Emphasis on Low Noise and Vibration Levels.
INFINITY Yacht Specifications:
- Length – 117m/384ft
- Beam – 16.5m/53ft
- Exterior Yacht Design by Espen Øino International
- Interior Yacht Design by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design and David Kleinberg Design Associates
- Naval Architecture by Lateral Naval Architects
YATCO wants to congratulate the team at Oceanco for the successful delivery of its 117m superyacht INFINITY as the shipyard’s largest yacht and the largest ever built in The Netherlands.