Epic moments: the launch of the the largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands

It, sorry, She measures 110m in lenght and was built at Oceanco shipyard in Alblasserdam under the code name JUBILEE. On 6th February 2017 it came out from the shed to see the light.


Oceanco’s outstanding project JUBILEE, with striking exterior styling by Lobanov Design, grand interior by Sorgiovanni Designs and owner’s representation by Burgess, is the largest yacht ever built in The Netherlands. At an impressive 110m/361ft length over all, generous 16.4m/54ft beam and just over 4,500 Gross Tons, this yacht has a very sleek and original profile that will surely turn heads wherever she travels. Her elongated profile flows elegantly & gracefully from bow to stern; with no fewer than six decks, her progressively longer horizontal lines make JUBILEE distinctive from all other yachts.


Igor Lobanov has created a unique & 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 & Project Management throughout the entire build process. She represents a number of firsts in yachting, 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, cushions, etc.

JUBILEE is now undergoing sea trials in the North Sea and is scheduled to cruise the Mediterranean during the summer season.

Photo by Francisco Martinez Photography