Custom yacht builder Oceanco has recently delivered a motor yacht named Seven Seas – and it’s one impressive yacht! Not to be confused with other Oceanco Superyacht ‘Man of War’ (previously called Seven Seas), this Seven Seas is significantly larger and comes with a variety of spectacular features. Keep reading to find out more about the $250 million yacht.
Seven Seas underwent an extensive optimisation process overseen by Lateral Naval Architects. Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design mainly designed the vessel, which sports a lightweight aluminum superstructure, as well as:
- A well-proportioned profile
- Sharp lines and tapered decks
- Sleek steel hull
- Avant-garde aesthetic
Molly Isaksen Interiors designed the living quarters. These feature an array of natural materials and expansive glass panels. The panels will provide guests with cinematic sea views.
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Seven Seas holds space for 14 guests in 7 cabins, up to 30 crew, a large pool, a spa pool and a helicopter landing pad.
Interestingly, Seven Seas is also the first LY3-compliant yacht to feature a Marine Evacuation System – this would make it a swift process to those onboard to slide straight into a lifeboat in an emergency situation.
Her Impressive Stats
Seven Seas has a length of 109m (357ft), a beam length of 16m (52ft), can reach speeds of 20 knots, as well as an impressive gross tonnage of 4,444.
So far, 2023 has certainly proven to be a successful year for Oceanco. After delivering another remarkable vessel Koru to Amazon co-founder Jeff Bezos, Oceanco has not delayed in adding Seven Seas to the fleet.
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