Dutch yachtbuilder Oceanco recently unveiled its largest model to date, the 85.6-metre Y708, dubbed the most advanced superyacht the company has ever put into production.
The Igor Lobanov-designed Y708 Based on three guiding principles: motion, elegance, and privacy.
Dramatically sculpted surfaces convey motion, while the dynamic silhouette imparts elegance.
Lastly, the design of each of the four decks is done in such a way as to maximize privacy and offer guests private balconies to enjoy the view, apart from others on board, while the hidden crew passages conceal menial labour from their gaze.
With a beam of 14.2 metres, the Y708 will be powered by 2 MTU 20V 4000 M73L diesels, each producing 4,830 hp and enabling her to cruise at a speed of 20 knots.
Lobanov created a single, harmonious hull and superstructure with fluid lines, and the four decks rise forward.
The aft deck features a swimming pool that converts to a helipad while luxe flourishes include a sushi bar, cigar bar and library.
The yacht has four guest cabins, two VIP suites and a master suite on its own deck with a salon, study, turbo jet whirlpool and wraparound balconies.