New Images of Oceanco's Largest Dutch-Built Yacht 117m Infinity on Sea Trials

By Danny Wiser

Superyachts.com brings readers exclusive new images of the 117m motor yacht, Infinity, spotted on sea trials in the North Sea. Formerly known as Y719, she is currently the largest yacht built in the Netherlands to date.

In exclusive new images captured this morning in the North Sea, Oceanco's largest yacht launched to date can be seen taking a 17 knot turn. 

The five-deck megayacht was launched from Oceanco’s Alblasserdam outfitting facility in October 2021.

This came two years after her technical launch back in 2019 from Oceanco's construction yard in Zwijnenburg.

She is due to be delivered to her owner this Spring and will temporarily wear the crown of being Oceanco’s largest yacht within their fleet, until the launch of the mysterious Project Y721, alleged to have been commissioned for Jeff Bezos.

The exterior of the vessel that could be seen riding the high seas was designed in collaboration with legendary designer Espen Øino.

This is not the first time the two yachting powerhouses have worked in collaboration, having collaborated on previous projects such as the spectacular 90m motor yacht Dreamboat which was launched in 2019.

Little else is known about Infinity aside from the fact that she features a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure.

We look forward to more news of this mammoth effort successfully cruising waters across the world.

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