At 110m or 361ft, project Jubilee is the largest superyacht ever to emerge from any of the Dutch superyacht yards. Oceanco’s project Jubilee has a striking exterior styling by Lobanov Design, grand interior by Sorgiovanni Designs with owner’s representation by Burgess
Jubilee has a generous 16.4m/54ft beam and is just over 4,500 gross tons. This superyacht has a very sleek and original profile that will surely turn heads wherever she travels. Her elongated profile flows elegantly and gracefully from bow to stern. With no fewer than six decks, her progressively longer horizontal lines make Jubilee distinctive from all other yachts, meaning she is truly a vessel in a class of her own.
Igor Lobanov has created a unique and architecturally challenging design which creates a visual effect of multi-level decks – never seen before. She offers a fully certified helicopter operating deck forward with a concealed mooring deck below. Viewed from above, her curvaceous lines lead aft to a large pool deck with built in Aquarium and substantial beach club below.
Built to the Passenger Yacht Code, her elegant Sam Sorgiovanni designed interior is both spacious and comfortable offering accommodation for up to 30 guests in 15 staterooms including an entirely private owner’s deck.
This project was introduced to Oceanco by Burgess who also provided Technical Consultancy and Project Management throughout the entire build process. She represents a number of firsts in superyachting, not only for her size, but also the fact that she is a fully turn-key project completely outfitted at delivery including all Owner’s supplies – tenders, spares, watersports equipment, china, crystal, silverware, table linen, sheets, loose furniture, cushion and so on.
Jubilee will undergo sea trials in the North Sea and is scheduled to cruise the Mediterranean during the summer season.
Steel Hull and Aluminium Superstructure
Length 110m / 361ft
Beam 16.4m / 54ft
Speed 18.5 Knots
Exterior Designer: Lobanov Design
Interior Designer: Sam Sorgiovanni Designs
Owner’s Representation: Burgess