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90m Oceanco superyacht Y716 spotted for first time

By Rebecca Bradbury   13 February 2019

The 90m/295ft Oceanco motor yacht Y716, also known as ‘Project Yasmin’, was spotted this morning as Oceanco moved the vessel ahead of her official launch.

Dutch shipyard Oceanco moved Y716, also known as Project Yasmin, out of her shed at their Alblasserdam facilities in South Holland this morning. 

Those on the scene were able to take in the motor yacht's elegant exterior lines, which have been designed by yachting great Espen Oeino. He has worked on the project alongside acclaimed interior designer Terence Disdale.

The official launch is expected to take place over the coming days. Her delivery will then follow later in the year and, at this point, she is forecasted to slot into 70th position in the World Largest Superyacht rankings, sharing the spot with four other 90m superyachts, including fellow Oceanco build superyacht DAR.  

90m Oceanco superyacht Y716 spotted for first time photo 1
90m Oceanco superyacht Y716 spotted for first time photo 2
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Exclusive images of the model superyacht paint a clearer picture of Y716's exterior deck area. The model shows that the motor yacht boasts an array of inviting al fresco spaces, including a large swimming pool on her main deck aft. This adjoins a seating area, shaded by the overhang of the deck above, where a variety of lounging options awaits.

On the bridge deck aft, there is a large spa pool while on the sundeck, a helipad takes up the aft section. There is also a large dining setup on this deck, a rare feature for a yacht of this size, which usually reserves one of the decks below as the al fresco dining hub.

Project Yasmin is forecast to slot into 70th position in the World Largest Superyacht rankings when she is delivered later this year

90m Oceanco superyacht Y716 spotted for first time photo 4
90m Oceanco superyacht Y716 spotted for first time photo 5
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From the model, it’s also possible to discern a large swim platform, which is likely to lead into a beach club. Plus, sections of the hull, both to port and starboard, lift up to reveal tender storage.

There is also a clear expanse of teak on the foredeck, which could possibly serve as a touch-and-go helipad or as a place to host large events on board, such as parties and other celebrations. 

No further information on M/Y Project Yasmin has been revealed and it is not yet known whether she will be available for charter. YachtCharterFleet, however, will be sure to keep you updated.

For more information on chartering an Oceanco superyacht, speak to your preferred charter broker.

 
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