‘Jubliee’: Oceanco’s new crowning glory

The Dutch yacht builder has delivered its largest project to date.

Photography by Oceanco

19 July 2017


At 4,500 gross tonnes and 110 metres (361 feet), not only is Jubilee the largest yacht to be built by the yard, she is the largest yacht to be built in the Netherlands.

As a fully turnkey project, Jubilee is entirely outfitted and on the market for sale – at an undisclosed price – with Burgess, which also provided technical consultancy and project management as the owner’s representative during the build.

A buyer would have all necessary items for operation included in the purchase price, making Jubilee a unique acquisition proposition in this segment of the superyacht market.

The creative team behind Jubilee’s striking exterior is Lobanov Design, a relative newcomer to the superyacht design arena, and this being the company’s first project of such a scale.

Her distinctive superstructure profile features sleek and curvaceous horizontal lines in a metallic blue finish. She is already turning heads as she tours the Mediterranean coastline near Cannes and Monaco, having departed the waters of Northern Europe earlier this month.


Our plans for Jubliee’s first season are to cruise the Western Med,” commented build captain Roy Dance. “But after that, who knows, this yacht is certainly capable of going anywhere in the world.”

Jubilee’s exterior features a fully-certified helicopter operating deck, with concealed mooring deck below, and a large pool deck to the aft with a built-in aquarium and expansive beach club by the water to the stern.

Two balconies are located on the main deck, to the port and starboard of the dining room and lounge bar, and a vast number of exterior entertainment and lounging areas are available across the yacht’s five external decks.

Sam Sorgiovanni has provided the yacht’s interior design work, which Oceanco describes as “spacious and rich”. As she has been built to Passenger Yacht Code standards (Cayman Island flagged), she is able to accommodate up to 30 guests in 15 staterooms, including an entirely private owner’s deck, plus 45 crewmembers.

Jubilee has a beam of 16.4 metres (53.8 feet) and a draft of 4.4 metres (14.4 feet). With a range of 5,000nm, she reaches a top speed of 18.5 knots, cruising at 14 knots, delivered by twin 4,828hp MTU engines.

As one of the highest-profile new superyacht deliveries currently for sale, Jubilee will likely make an appearance at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show in September, and be one of the hottest tickets in town for a tour.

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