Project Name: Jubilee
Date Delivered: July 2017
Submitted by: Oceanco
Shipyard: Oceanco
Interior Designer: Sorgiovanni Designs
Exterior Designer: Lobanov Design

Oceanco’s 110m/361ft Jubilee, delivered in July 2017, has already made quite an impact on the luxury yachting world. During her build, she generated a tremendous amount of anticipation due to her size. Jubilee’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate around 70 passengers; guests and crew. With fifteen cabins for up to thirty guests, 2 VIP staterooms, and 10 double cabins, she is also capable of carrying up to forty-six crew in twenty-six cabins to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

For the guest accommodation, it was important to be able to establish distinct guest separation from the Owner’s accommodation with the Owner commanding the top deck levels. The Owners were afforded a duplex apartment on their own private deck with special access to the sundeck. Guests also have excellent accommodations including four VIP suites on the upper deck. Her generous deck areas play host to a wide range of amenities including an outdoor bar, Jacuzzi and ample space for sunlounging and relaxing. Everywhere you look aboard Oceanco, the level of detail is extraordinary. Jubilee is a gorgeous yacht that is not only interesting for her aesthetics, but she represents a high level of technological achievement. Oceanco managed to find solutions to make the vessel work from every standpoint.

The exterior styling of Jubilee merges modern architecture with car design and yachting, fast lines, sharp surfaces, new additional angles and elegant proportions are the prevalent features. The metallic blue horizontal lines on the superstructure make Jubilee’s profile unique, all the stainless-steel items like stanchions or others are painted or coated with brass finish. The teak throughout is either open grain or oiled leaving matte and satin paint finishes being utilised for the fixed furniture.

The interior brief was to transcend cultures and to blend contemporary design with opulence. The interior was inspired by the vibrant city of Casablanca with a blend of European and Arabian culture, ensuring high levels of detail is maintained throughout. In terms of special lifestyle amenities, a large beach club was an important design feature as was a sizable Hammam. A beautiful aquarium was requested and installed. Great care was taken to make an impressive aft deck arrangement with sun lounges around the large pool, along with another casual seating and a dining area— something for everyone. Sam Sorgiovanni designed the interior to be both spacious and rich, offering vast accommodation.