The first voyage for the superyacht Oceanco Y722 to the shipyard for fitting

The superyacht Y722 was designed by Oceanco and Espen Øino International with interiors by Mark Berryman Design. It will sail all around the world for science research

20 June 2023 | by Redazione

The first voyage of the Y722, a 111 metre superyacht by Oceanco, was towards the shipyard in Alblasserdam, Holland to be fitted and equipped. Once it reaches its destination, it will be fitted and tested and then ready for service in 2025. Designed by Oceanco and Espen Øino International and with interiors by Mark Berryman Design, the Y722 will be part of a fleet of select private vessels working in scientific research, discovery and exploration.


The yacht was created through a partnership between Oceanco, YTMC and Y.CO, with the precious contribution of a dozen suppliers, contractors and co-makers alongside the enthusiastic collaboration of the operative crews from the fleet.  Driven by the desire to show what extraordinary things a yacht can and should do, it embraces innovative technology with  radical modification to the layout, challenging the perception of what a “traditional” yacht should be. Its design is centred around life on board, with a long list of singular characteristics and accommodation for 22 passengers and 33 crew members.


In line with the scientific aspiration of the Y722 and planned navigation routes, efficiency and environmental protection have been the main objectives in the design process. At the heart of the yacht is a diesel power station and a large battery storage system which, in addition to powering the engine, will allow for long periods of silent, no-emission power.

The waste heat recovery system will increase the yacht’s efficiency and an advanced water treatment system will guarantee high environmental standards, allowing the vessel to sail in protected areas.

The reliability of the system and equipment, together with ease of maintenance, are also guaranteed thanks to the choice of wear resistant materials. With the structure, equipment, system integrations and design support to noticeably reduce noise and vibrations, the Y722 promises to be one of the most comfortable yachts in the seas.



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