The 117 metre Oceanco superyacht Infinity, formerly known as Project Y719, has officially been delivered following successful sea trials earlier this year.
Infinity is both the largest yacht ever constructed at Oceanco and the largest to be built in the Netherlands. Although, the record-breaking build is soon set to be superseded by Oceanco's in-build 127 metre sailing superyacht Project Y721.
Espen Øino has been revealed as the yacht's exterior designer with naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects. Her contemporary interior is by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design and David Kleinberg Design Associates, the latter of which previously worked on an 89 metre Oceanco by the same name. Infinity can accommodate up to 16 guests and she also features a wellness area with a spa, sauna, gym, and yoga studio.
According to the shipyard, Infinity boasts "best in class crew areas, mechanical systems and technology and an unprecedented level of onboard comfort" with a particular emphasis on low noise and vibration levels.
Marcel Onkenhout, chief executive of Oceanco, said: “She is the result of impressive teamwork from the owner’s team, Espen Øino, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, David Kleinberg Design Associates, Lateral Naval Architects, and all Oceanco’s co-makers and strategic partners. She represents the true power of co-makership that is central to all our projects.”
Currently under construction at Oceanco is the 109 metre Y720, which was rolled out of the shed in Zwijndrecht in March, the 110 metre Y722 and the 105 metre Y1050.