Aside from her powerful Espen Øino exterior, little has been known about the 117m Infinity for some time. Now, following delivery to her owner, Oceanco has revealed more details of her design and specifications.
Dutch design studio, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, and New York-based studio, David Kleinberg Design Associates, are responsible for the contemporary interior design over Infinity's seven grand decks. Offering numerous interior and exterior spaces and lavish accommodation for up to 16 guests, her yet-to-be-revealed contemporary interior is believed to be an excellent accompaniment to her timeless exterior profile. An extensive wellness centre, spa, sauna, gym and yoga studio are some of the amenities revealed to be onboard.
British engineering firm, Lateral Naval Architects, were responsible for her naval architecture, and have ensured the best in technology, mechanical systems and crew areas. Her comfort onboard is ‘unprecedented’, with an emphasis on low vibration and noise levels. A time consuming developmental and engineering process allowed Lateral to provide a steel hull and active stabilisation that have been carefully optimised for the next generation: in seakeeping and hydrodynamic efficiency.
Launched from Oceanco’s Alblasserdam outfitting facility in October 2021, the 117m motor yacht has certainly been an intrigue of the industry. Standing at 117m with a beam of 16.5m, Infinity is not only the largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands, but she is also Oceanco’s largest motor yacht to date.
CEO of Oceanco, Marcel Onkenhout, commented: ‘she is the result of impressive teamwork from the Owner’s team, Espen Øino, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, David Kleinberg Design Associates, Lateral Naval Architects, and all Oceanco’s co-makers and strategic partners. She represents the true power of co-makership that is central to all our projects.’
We would like to congratulate Oceanco on this outstanding achievement, and we are looking forward to seeing Infinity around the world with her owners very soon.