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127m sailing yacht KORU successfully delivered by Oceanco

By Steph Loseby   11 April 2023

Commissioned by entrepreneur and Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, the 3-masted 127m (416ft) schooner KORU, known throughout the build as Project Y721, has been successfully delivered by Oceanco

Boasting a striking black hull with a distinctive red stripe running along her waterline, sailing yacht KORU’s exterior styling mirrors a traditional schooner style with an elongated bowsprite and canoe stern. She reportedly takes her design cues from Lürssen's 93m (304ft) sailing yacht EOS, thought to be inspired by the entrepreneur’s visits to this yacht in previous years. 

Although much of her build has been shrouded in secrecy, Oceanco's newest yacht is understood to have an internal volume of 3,300 GT and will undoubtedly offer a wealth of luxurious accommodation and amenities.

KORU offers the last word in innovative design

superyacht koru

While her design team has yet to be confirmed, we know the 127m yacht features an aft dip pool, a further Jacuzzi on her flybridge, and multiple areas for relaxing across her open decks. 

The sailing yacht will be supported by the 75m (247ft) Damen yacht ABEONA, which was delivered in February this year. Damen Yachting's largest-ever support yacht ABEONA  holds the great responsibility of carrying KORU’s larger toys, including a submarine and a helicopter. 

sailing yacht KORU support vessel abeona

Some say that superyacht KORU is now the world's largest sailing yacht, but this depends on whether you call Nobiskrug’s 143m (469ft) sailing yacht A a sailing yacht. Some would argue she is a sail-assisted motor yacht, yet others claim her to be the largest sailing yacht in the world, including her builder Nobiskrug who states Sailing Yacht A “is the largest of her kind.”

Whether you believe her to be the largest or second-largest sailing yacht in the world, KORU is guaranteed to head-turn wherever she goes. 

She departed Oceanco's facilities on April 6 and has now passed Gibraltar, cruising underway at a speed of 13 knots. 

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