With her striking exterior styling by Igor Lobanov and her stunning, Sam Sorgiovanni interior, MY Jubilee is the largest yacht ever built in The Netherlands

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Jubilee in a Class of her Own


With her striking exterior styling by Igor Lobanov and her stunning, Sam Sorgiovanni interior, Jubilee is the largest yacht ever built in The Netherlands and is truly awe-inspiring at every level. Built by Oceanco she offers a multitude of incredible features perfectly integrated in a unique and architecturally challenging design which creates a remarkable visual effect of multi-level decks.


This striking profile, large pool deck with built in aquarium and substantial beach club below along with two balconies on each side of her main deck ensures she is truly in a class of her own.  Built to comply with the Passenger Yacht Code and topping out at 4,523gt, she can carry up to 30 guests in 15 cabins with the owner’s suite occupying one entire deck to guarantee privacy.  Throw in a fully certified helicopter deck forward, large enough to carry an Augusta Grand and you have the ultimate superyacht fit for a King.  Rather sadly the King who commissioned her build, never got to see his finished yacht. He died before she was completed and now the yacht is available for sale through Burgess.


The owner’s team selected Australian based, Sam Sorgiovanni to design the yachts interior.  The brief placed the owner’s deck above the bridge where access by other guests was restricted.  As a consequence the view from Jubilee’s master bedroom is nothing short of spectacular. On that same bridge deck are four VIP cabins, and on the main deck a further 10 suites, bring total number of guest cabins to 15.


As if her interior where not majestic enough, the outside design is equally stunning and rather cunning in its cleverness.  The yacht has unusually high decks, and when first drawn, looked top heavy.  This caused the team at Lobanov Design to redraw her, using visual trickery in a bid to hide her height, creating the illusion of more decks than there really are. [To be continued...]