Set to launch officially later this week, Oceanco has revealed more details about their 90m/295ft superyacht DREAMBOAT, formerly known as Y716 and Project Yasmin.
While she has yet to hit the water, Dutch yard Oceanco has unveiled their latest project, superyacht DREAMBOAT, at their facilities in Alblasserdam.
After we reported that the megayacht was being moved by the yard yesterday, Oceanco has revealed that she will enjoy an official launch later this week.
Following which, she will undergo sea trials and is expected to be delivered to her owners in time for the summer season.
The superyacht’s graceful exterior has been penned by Espen Oeino, and features strong bulwarks, generous overhang from the superstructure and clean, fluid lines. The overall effect is a timeless and elegant profile, with plenty of exterior deck areas.
Stand-out onboard features include a swimming pool on the main deck aft and a sweeping sundeck which benefits from partial shading, a jacuzzi and an inviting variety of seating areas. In addition, the owner’s suite boasts its own private jacuzzi and portion of deck.
Oceanco has revealed that the superyacht will enjoy an official launch later this week.
Ensuring she lives up to her name, Terence Disdale Design have carved out the superyacht’s interior spaces. Opting for an on-board energy of serenity and sophistication, the design firm has employed a variety of textures such as limestone, mother of pearl, semi-precious stones and, unusually, parchment.
At 2950 GT, the motor yacht will be able to achieve top speeds of 18.5 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 16 knots. She boasts accommodation for up to 23 guests, and is PYC-compliant. Furthermore, at 90m, she will rank in the world’s largest superyachts at joint number 70.
YachtCharterFleet will be sure to keep you updated when DREAMBOAT has her official launch.
Although it is not known whether M/Y DREAMBOAT will be available to charter, you can view all Oceanco superyachts which are available to charter.