The largest megayacht made in The Netherlands wrapped up several days of sea trials last week. All that’s left for Jubilee, coming in at 361 feet (110.1 meters) and 4,523 gross tons, is to sell.
The current owner of Jubilee decided to list her last month, while still wrapping up work at Oceanco. Though her brokerage page on Burgess’ website states “price on application,” one Dutch newspaper avows it’s €275 million. Whatever her real asking price, Jubilee has a lot going for her. And by “a lot,” we mean six decks for 30 guests, plus 45 crew. One entire deck is just for the owners, too. It includes a private massage room and a cabin for a personal assistant.
Jubilee, with styling by Igor Lobanov and with naval architecture by Azure Naval Architects, is a turn-key offering. Obviously, the new owners will outfit her as they see fit. But, a few of the features already onboard might just stay. For example, there’s the alfresco cinema screen on the upper deck. There’s also an aquarium built into a pool. Sam Sorgiovanni Designs worked with the owners who commissioned the massive megayacht to bring these ideas to life. He further designed a beach club and 14 double guest staterooms. The yacht complies with the Passenger Yacht Code safety regulations, too.
Last week’s sea trials should have confirmed a top speed of 18½ knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. A pair of 4,828-hp MTUs powers the megayacht. Best range should come a little slower than cruising speed, permitting 5,000 nautical miles to be covered.
There’s a bonus yacht in the video: another new Oceanco, Black Pearl. Jubilee docks directly behind her at the conclusion of her sea trials. Black Pearl has been conducting sea trials in recent weeks as well.