Seven decks in height and 384 feet (117 meters) in length, Infinity is an imposing presence. She’s also a history-making presence, for two reasons. Firstly, she’s the largest motoryacht from Oceanco to date. Secondly, she’s the largest megayacht—power or sail—ever to emerge from a Dutch shipyard.
Infinity, better known as Y719 during construction, remained under strict non-disclosure clauses from her initial design and engineering stages through to launch. That launch took place last October. Now, however, Oceanco can reveal a number of facts about her design and overall features.
For one, styling is from Espen Øino International. Elements of that styling that stand out the most are the flared bow and the sculpted forward sections of her upper decks. Additionally, although not visible here, her transom slopes down to a deep, wide swim platform, easily a beach area unto itself. Infinity further has helipads.
Interior design, meanwhile, comes from two studios. Specifically, the owner tapped Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design as well as David Kleinberg Design Associates. The latter is a New York-based firm with an international presence, renowned for its residential work. Together, they interpreted the owner’s vision for accommodations for 16 and an overall modern, elegant vibe. One of the highlights aboard Infinity is surely a capacious wellness area. Not only does it have a gym, sauna, and spa, but also it contains a yoga studio. Considering Infinity has a 53-foot (16.5-meter) beam, all of the relaxation areas should be plenty sizable and comfortable.
Oceanco has not disclosed details about the engine package or performance data. Regardless, engineering is by Lateral Naval Architects. The shipyard does say, though, that the owner especially wanted sound and vibration to be as minimal as possible.
David Kleinberg Design Associates dkda.com
Lateral Naval Architects lateral.engineering
Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design sinot.com