Columbus Yachts have made good progress on the initial construction phases of their largest superyacht project to date, the Oceanic 70m. Having been unveiled at the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show, the 70m forms part of the Italian yard’s Oceanic series, ranging between 50 and 70 metres. Once completed, the 70.60m vessel will have a beam of 13.4 metres, amounting to a gross tonnage of 1950.
The project is currently under construction at the Palumbo Group’s facility, with the yard reporting on the completion of upper hull sections, and having inserted interior bulkheads already in place. Estimations predict a top speed of 18 knots, with consumption levels of 3000nm at 13 knots and 5000nm at 11 knots.
Just some of her impressive features include a huge swim platform, accessible from the main deck lobby, and a large open sundeck, ideal for both sunbathing, and doubling a huge party deck. It has a Jacuzzi, sun beds, dining and lounging area, and a full bar.
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