The 117m/384ft superyacht Project Y719 was unveiled as she hit the waters at Oceanco’s facilities yesterday.
Known only as Oceanco Project Y719, the megayacht hit the water at Oceanco’s construction shed in Zwijnenburg yesterday afternoon.
She was then moved via tugboat to the yard’s outfitting facility in Alblasserdam, where she will undergo the final stages of construction.
The mammoth megayacht is the largest yacht to be launched by Oceanco in the yard’s 33-year history.
She also marks the largest yacht currently under construction in the Netherlands.
The yacht has been kept largely under wraps by Oceanco. The secretive superyacht is expected to be delivered in 2021.
However, Y719 marks the beginning of a string of superyachts measuring over 100m which are due to be launched by the yard in the coming months.
Keep an eye out for Y720, measuring 109m and Y721, measuring 125m.
Oceanco has certainly been busy of late, with the delivery of their latest completed project the 90m/295ft motor yacht ‘DreAMBoat’, taking place just yesterday.
It is not yet known whether Y719 will be available for luxury yacht charters.
You can view and compare the complete fleet of Oceanco charter yachts if you’d like to charter a yacht similar to Y719.