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In Pictures: Oceanco’s 110m project Jubilee on sea trials

Fleet New-Build
Written by
Charl van Rooy

Holland’s largest yacht ever built, the 110-metre project Jubilee, was seen making her way out to sea for the first time yesterday as she embarked on her initial sea trials. At 110 metres in length and with a beam of 16.4 metres,Jubileeis not only the longest yacht built in Holland so far but with an internal volume of 4,500 GT, certainly the bulkiest too. Her design is clearly something unlike anything we have seen from the shipyard to date and her metallic ice-blue superstructure will set her apart even further. These images give us a never-before-seen view of the exciting project.

Her exterior design is from young design studio Lobanov Design, and as owner’s representatives and technical consultants, Burgess’ dedicated Technical Consultancy Service division oversaw the entire build process. Known for having designed several projects with Oceanco, Jubilee's interior is the work of designer Sam Sorgiovanni of Sorgionvanni Designs.

Photos by Kees Torn

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