A 120 metre superyacht conversion project, known as Y910, has been listed for sale by Althaus Luxury Yachting and is available for delivery in the next 18 months.
First launched as a passenger ship named Vladimir Chivilikhin in 1990, the yacht was used by the Russian offshore industry until 1998. In 2006, Keppel Singmarine and Damen began the conversion project which is now looking for a new owner to bring it to completion.
With an interior volume of 6,000GT spread across eight decks and boasting around 1,360 square metres of exterior deck space, Project Y910 is one of the world’s biggest superyacht projects currently under construction.
The hull, superstructure and crew areas are already close to completion and Fincantieri shipyard in Trieste will work on the rest of the conversion. The remaining interior spaces, which offer 2,500 square metres of guests areas to be styled by Winch Design, can be completely customised to the new owner’s wishes and offers a potential capacity of up to 36 guests in 18 cabins alongside 50 crew.
Constructed to be fully SOLAS compliant, the project will also feature an 1A ice-classed hull and boasts a range of 10,000 nautical miles. Intended for cruising in remote locations, the yacht will also be equipped with two helipads and a helicopter hangar.
Project Y910 has also been designed with eco-friendly elements, including a fuel efficient hull shape, advanced water treatment and waste heat recovery systems and a hybrid propulsion engine.
Project Y910 is listed for sale with Eric Althaus at Althaus Luxury Yachting, POA.