OceAnco launches 88.5-meter 'Y710' superyacht


Hot on the heels of the delivery of custom project 'Y709', now called "Equanimity", Dutch superyacht builder OceAnco has launched another custom project, 'Y710'. The brand new 88.5-meter superyacht project rolled outside today and received her main mast. She boasts exterior design by the well-known Espen Oeino and Naval Architecture by Azure Naval Architects. 

Y710 was manufactured in steel and aluminum on a displacement hull. She is expected to carry up to fourteen guests in seven suites. Four doubles, two VIPs and one master suite are the guest/owner accommodation. She rises five decks above the water line and is powered by dual 4,828 horse power MTU diesels up to 18.5-knots. Y710 will draw from 280,000 LT fuel tanks and will naturally feature ocean-crossing range. YF will update you as OceAnco releases more information on the launch of Y710.

For more information:

Oceanco Shipyards
Marineweg 1
2952 BX Alblasserdam
The Netherlands
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