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109m Oceanco superyacht Seven Seas delivered

3 July 2023 • Written by Holly Overton

Dutch yard Oceanco has delivered its 109-metre superyacht Seven Seas, formerly known as project Y720.

Seven Seas is the fourth largest project delivered by the shipyard to date and was seen for the first time in March 2022 when she was rolled out of the construction shed in Zwijndrecht.

Her sharp lines and tapered decks are from the boards of Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, marking the first exterior collaboration between the Dutch shipyard and studio. According to the yard, the owner has played an integral role in the design of the yacht.

The interior, which remains under wraps, is also by Sinot in collaboration with American designer Molly Isaksen.

Seven Seas is believed to be the successor to an 86-metre Oceanco by the same name delivered in 2010
Credit: Guy Fleury

"Setting Seven Seas apart is her beautifully proportioned profile and the exquisite use of natural materials and glass on board, offering guests an unparalleled outward-looking experience," the shipyard said. "Under the unique expertise and guidance of Lateral Naval Architects, the project underwent an extensive optimisation process, resulting in outstanding performance and exceptional seakeeping ability."

She is also the first LY3-compliant yacht to feature a marine evacuation system.

Y.CO acted as the owner's representative throughout the build.
Credit: Guy Fleury

Seven Seas marks the second delivery of 2023 for the shipyard with its largest construction to date, 127-metre Koru, handed over to her owner earlier this year. There are three yachts that remain under construction at Oceanco, all of which are over 100 metres in length, known as Oceanco Y723, Oceanco Y722 and Oceanco Y726.

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Oceanco   109 m •  2023

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