Filmed reaching an impressive 20 knots, the 90m/295ft motor yacht DAR look exceptional as she performed sea trials ahead of her delivery from the iconic Dutch shipyard.
Formerly known as both Project Shark and Oceanco Y717, superyacht DAR looks set for an imminent delivery following her recent sea trials.
Constructed in complete secrecy, there are currently few images of the Oceanco superyacht, with none of them revealing the interior spaces known to have been carried out by Italian designers Nuvolari & Lenard.
What is known, however, is that she features a bow deck helipad, a dedicated dive centre, a sauna, and even submarine storage for greater exploration possibilities.
With accommodation for up to 12 guests available across 6 cabins, superyacht DAR boasts a owner’s suite that’s complete with its own private terrace and spa pool.
Across her generously proportioned four decks, DAR also includes a bridge deck swimming pool surrounded by sunpads, a large beach club, and a main deck salon that’s sure to serve as the social hub by night.
An unusual yet thoughtful layout choice has also meant that the aft deck is isolated, allowing the owner and their guests to enjoy complete privacy when cruising and at-anchor.
As more information and images of superyacht DAR become available, YachtCharterFleet will be sure to keep readers fully up to date.
Finely combing size and style, Oceanco superyacht DAR is in every respect a modern masterpiece
Whilst M/Y DAR is not believed to be available to charter, be sure to view and compare all Oceanco yachts for charter.