After three years in the making, the 68.2-metre yacht Soaring was officially launched today. Having already rolled her out of her construction shed earlier this week, those at the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard proceeded with lowering the new superyacht into the water for the first time via syncrolift. Codenamed Project 6506, Soaring will now head for sea trials before being delivered to her owner in April. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Abeking & RasmussenWith a contemporary style, sporty line and beam of 11.6 metres, Soaring was custom designed by Focus Yacht Design and features accommodation for up to 12 guests in six staterooms, including the master suite on the aft upper deck and the additional five staterooms on the main deck. The owner’s deck is also home to a library and a private aft deck with lounging areas. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Abeking & RasmussenGuests will also be able to enjoy the sundeck with its bar, Jacuzzi and sunpads and the lower-deck beach club which includes a gym, spa, steam room and swim platform. From here, guests will be able to access the water toys and tenders and be assisted by a crew of up to 17. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Abeking & Rasmussen“We are very excited to see how great our concepts for interior and exterior design are coming into being. The shipyard works like clockwork and the opportunity to work on both design spheres allows an integrated and holistic approach. As a result, the yacht turned out modern and timeless at the same time.” said Thomas Mühe, Managing Director of Focus Yacht Design.Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Abeking & RasmussenBuilt to the specifications of Lloyd's Class with a size of over 1,500 GT, Soaring and her construction process was managed by Superyacht Technical Services on behalf of the owner. Now available for charter with Ocean Independence, Soaring is set to cruise the Mediterranean, specifically Naples, Sicily, Riviera, Corsica and Sardinia.