Dutch shipyard Oceanco has also unveiled Project Spectrum at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2016.
Dutch shipyard Oceanco has announced that the 88.5m motoryacht Y715 has touched the water. The vessel was lowered into the water in Keppel Veroime and has entered her commissioning period.
Project Y715 has a beam of 14.5m and a draft of 3.95m. Her Exterior styling and interior design are work of Sam Sorgiovanni Designs.
She presents a modern sporty look with a dark blue hull, which is offset with a contrasting white superstructure.
With no sharp edges, she has a very organic form with large elliptical-shaped hull windows that complement Y715’s curvilinear profile. Further details remain confidential at this time.
The 88.5m motoryacht has naval architecture by Oceanco/ Azure, and is classified +100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 +LMC UMS ECO SCM.
New 102m project
In addition, Oceanco unveiled Project Spectrum at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Spectrum is a 102m vessel conceived by Nauta Design and Oceanco to encompass a broad range of possibilities, both in terms of her propulsion system and her living spaces.
The company says that extensive investment in hull form research and development provides a refined hull shape which, when coupled with the hybrid propulsion system enables Spectrum to cruise in a variety of efficient modes.
Oceanco says Project Spectrum, a five-deck motoryacht, maintains a sleek, streamlined profile, which allows lower resistance through the water.
Light was a very important aspect in creating Spectrum, with large windows and extensive balconies all helping bring the outside atmosphere into the interior.