Oceanco delivers Seven Seas
The 109m motoryacht previously known as Project Y720 has been successfully delivered to its owner…
Oceanco has announced the delivery of its latest motoryacht, the 109m Seven Seas. The construction began at the shipyard’s facility in Zwijndrecht, and its final outfitting took place at Alblasserdam. Seven Seas features exterior and interior design by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design and Molly Isaksen Interiors, respectively.
The vessel's design and construction were overseen by Lateral Naval Architects, undergoing an extensive optimisation process. Seven Seas is also the first LY3-compliant yacht equipped with a Marine Evacuation System (MES).
As can be seen below, Seven Seas is one of a number of large yachts currently in build at the Dutch Yard. For a more detailed breakdown of the groundbreaking partnership between Oceanco and Lateral Navel Architects, see the feature on the intriguing Project Aeolus that first appeared in The Superyacht New Build Report.
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