Video sailing superyacht Y712 hull moving from Zwijnenburg to Oceanco

29th of July 2014

Zwijnenburg yacht casco builders

Flyboard – Coolest water Jet Pack video

29th of July 2014

All footage shot on the island of Oahu in Hawaii

Mulder Shipyard’s 30m (98 ft) “98 Flybridge” launched

29th of July 2014

Mulder 98 flybridge boeg bw Mulder 98 flybridge rendering Mulder 98 flybridge drijvend bw Mulder 98 flybridge dok bw

Full aluminium yacht, designed by Guido de Groot. Delivery: late August. She will be the largest boat on

display at the 2014 Amsterdam HISWA in water boatshow in September. Beam: 6.9m (nearly 23 ft).

Propulsion: two Caterpillar C32 engines of 1600 hp each, giving at 22 kn top speed. Range: 4500 nm at

ten knots    Mulder Shipyard 

Tripp designed 46m (151 ft) sailing yacht casco transported to HJB

28th of July 2014

Bloemsma aluminium zeiljacht casco 46 Tripp HJB Bill Tripp HJB 46m

Top photo by Gebr. van Enkhuizen. Aluminium casco built by Bloemsma, rolled onto a pontoon and towed

to Zaandam based Holland Jachtbouw. This world cruising sloop is built of Alustar aluminium. Delivery is

scheduled for summer 2015

Other news:

67m (219 ft) Baltic built sailing yacht Hetairos is currently being refitted at Vitters Yachts: Twitter photo

of her arrival in Harlingen, May 2014

Casco of Oceanco’s 105m (344 ft) Y712 sailing yacht “Solar” moved inside shed

28th of July 2014

Large file Oceanco Y712 casco sailing yacht bw 90pcOceanco Y712 Solar casco bwsolar oceanco Y712Project Solar Oceanco rendering top view

Top two photos taken by Peter Nieuwstraten. Project Solar or Y712 is designed by Nuvolari Lenard and will

feature a DynaRig and have the ability to operate entirely on solar power. She is the largest sailing

megayacht ever built in Holland. At the moment there are two large sailing yachts inside the Alblasserdam

shed: 85m (279 ft) Y711, and this new Y712. When the new drydock is completed in late 2014, the casco

of 110m (361 ft) motoryacht project Y714 will be the third yacht under construction at the yard.

Video of the casco roll out at Zwijnenburg without aluminium superstructure

Oceanco Yachts

Feadship’s 86m (282 ft) superyacht Ecstasea off Pampelonne beach

26th of July 2014

Very relaxing video filmed from the beach. Great location several miles from St. Tropez for people that don’t

want to explore the world, but merely want to be seen and become more famous.

Ecstasea was launched by Royal Van Lent in 2004 for Roman Abramovich. In 2009 the yacht was sold to a

Middle Eastern owner without a name change. In 2014 she again changed hands, this time apparently to an

owner from Pakistan Most recent asking price was 77 million euros

Video of Ecstasea’s trails on the North Sea

Oceanco’s new 88.5m (290 ft) Y710 megayacht launched and in tow to the yard

24th of July 2014

Oceanco Y710 side front river 50pc Oceanco Y710 river profile 65pc Oceanco Y710 river port side 80pc Oceanco Y710 top deck 40pc Oceanco Y710 bow 45pc Broedertrouw 15 tug and Y710 50pc Oceanco Y710 and Broedertrouw 15 and 14 tugs 70pc Oceanco Y710 river schuin achter 50pc Oceanco Y710 mast and flag 40pc

The 88.5m (290 ft) yacht was floated off the Mammoet pontoon in the Waalhaven, Rotterdam. Then towed

by two tugs, Broedertrouw 14 and 15, back to the yard in Alblasserdam. About halfway the group of ships

stopped and Y710 was held stationary on the Oude Maas river near Rhoon and Barendrecht. Apparently it

was too risky to proceed because of the heavy traffic on the river. Late in the evening they resumed course

to Alblasserdam        Oceanco Yachts

Amels’ 67.6m (222 ft) megayacht Aquarius in Monaco

24th of July 2014

“Aquarius” measured 64.5m (211 ft) when she was launched by Amels in 2007 as “My Shanti”. Her

extensive 2012 refit included a stern extension. She has been for sale since 2010, now with Edmiston

asking 70 million euros



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