Oceanco has completed one of the biggest superyacht launches of 2018, as the new 90-metre superyacht Project Y717 (Shark) was rolled out of her build shed one week ago.
Shark is another standout among today’s superyachts. Her exterior styling by Luiz DeBasto is sporty with organic shapes and harmonious flowing lines. She bears a unique profile but at the same time, her Oceanco DNA shines through via her architecture and elegant proportions.
The yacht features a superstructure finished in large glass panels. This detail provides panoramic full- height views from the interior, not only to the aft decks but to the sides as well. With a length of 90m and a beam of 14.2m her generous interiors are endorsing Nuvolari Lenard signature which mastered attention to material selection and creative details.
Accommodation on board is for up to 12 guests split across six cabins including an upper deck owner’s suite complete with a private terrace that faces over the bow and includes a superyacht spa pool.
The key communal area is the main deck saloon, while the bridge deck swimming pool will be flanked by sunpads and fed by a cascade of waterfalls starting on the upper deck.
The uppermost deck will be used as a superyacht helipad, while other star features include a dive centre, hammam, sauna and submarine storage as part of a sprawling beach club.
Also, two superyacht elevators have been installed on board — one for guests, surrounded by a spiral staircase, and a second that allows for discreet service from the 31-person crew quarters.
Shark is now going into her final commissioning phase and sea trials. Delivery is expected before the summer.