She is shrouded in strong secrecy. Regardless, the megayacht carrying the hull number Oceanco Y719 arrived at Oceanco’s drydock yesterday. What’s more, she is among the largest yachts currently in build around the world. Equally noteworthy, Oceanco Y719 should be the largest Dutch-built megayacht at hand-over next year.
Without naming her or revealing her length, Oceanco confirmed the arrival of the yacht. It did so via a photo on Instagram, adding that she was entering her outfitting stage. Yacht watchers believe her LOA is around 384 feet (117 meters).
Yacht watchers agree on a few other things as well. Based on the amenities of similarly large megayachts, for example, Oceanco Y719 certainly meets the requirements of the Passenger Yacht Code. This governs private vessels carrying more than 12 passengers. The yacht could have accommodations for 24 guests, in fact, especially given what other 100-meter-plus Oceanco proposals do. The recently delivered DreAMBoat is a good example. Along the same lines, she could carry roughly 30 crewmembers.
Likely further outfitted with luxury relaxation areas ranging from a beach club to a kitted-out gym, Oceanco Y719 will, of course, have transoceanic range.
Interestingly, some yacht watchers believe the yacht is Project Acquaintance, a concept dating to 2015. However, the styling of the two yachts, particularly for the foredeck and bow shape, don’t match.