Photography by Oceanco
Oceanco Yacht’s Jubilee at 110 metres is now the largest yacht ever built in The Netherlands. With exterior styling by Italian design studio, Lobanov Design, and her interior by Western Australia’s Sorgiovanni Designs, she is an impressive build.
With her 110-metre length over all, generous 16.4-metre beam and just over 4,572 gross tonnes, she still manages to have a sleek profile. This is due to the work of Igor Lobanov. Lobanov has produced an architecturally challenging design that creates a striking visual effect using her multi-level deck structure. The profile gives the appearance of progressively longer lines flowing from bow to stern. Viewed from above, her lines lead aft to a large pool deck with built in aquarium and substantial Beach Club below.
It is no surprise that Sam Sorgiovanni was chosen for the interior; the Fremantle studio has extensive experience working with world-class shipyards.
The yacht offers a fully certified helicopter operating deck forward with a concealed mooring deck below.
In 2014, the company won a place in the Australian Marine Export and Superyacht Industry Hall of Fame. Sorgiovanni’s design for the interior is both spacious and comfortable offering accommodation for up to 30 guests in 15 staterooms, including an entirely private owner’s deck.
This project was introduced to Oceanco by Burgess who also provided technical consultancy and project management throughout the entire build process.
The boat represents a number of firsts in yachting, not only for its size, but also the fact that it is a fully turn-key project completely outfitted at delivery.
Included in the package, all the owner’s supplies such as tenders, spares, watersports equipment, china, crystal, silverware, table linen, sheets, loose furniture, and cushions. The yacht offers a fully certified helicopter operating deck forward with a concealed mooring deck below.
A visual and technological feat, Jubilee will be undergoing sea trials in the North Sea and is scheduled to cruise the Mediterranean during the summer season.