The $350 Million Superyacht Named “Jubilee” Will Motivate The Hell Out Of You!
If you’re going to announce to the world that you’ve built an insanely expensive, ...
If you’re going to announce to the world that you’ve built an insanely expensive, over-the-top luxurious, completely badass yacht, you have to have a video that captures all of that while touting the ships amenities and capabilities. Dutch yacht builder Oceanco has teamed with YouTuber Mark A. Longstreet to produce this introductory video that certainly does just that.
Jubilee, the largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands, was built by Oceanco. She is 110 meters ( 360 feet) in length and will sell for a cool $350 million when she’s ready to hit the market. She is currently undergoing sea trials to make sure everything is in good working order, including the twin 4800 HP engines, bringing her total horsepower to nearly 10,000. That kind of power will push the massive vessel along at a brisk 18 knots despite the added weight of such amenities as an onboard helicopter pad and a sizable swimming pool.
While under charter, she will be able to accommodate more than 30 guests in her fifteen cabins, which include an opulent master suite, two VIP staterooms and 10 double cabins. To keep those guests happy and the ship itself functioning properly, she also has accommodations for up to 46 crew members.
The exterior, designed by Lobanov Designs, features a flowing, wavy design that is obviously right at home on the open ocean, while the Sam Sorgiovanni-designed interior is rich, yet clean, carrying a modern feel throughout while maintaining the luxury expected aboard such a vessel.
Along with the aforementioned swimming pool and helipad, Jubilee features a sundeck with a hot tub, a formal dining area, a garage for the tender shuttle, and a water-level beach club for the guests. The underwater lighting is also next-level, providing a great view of the water around Jubilee from the decks above.
We have to assume a vessel of this magnitude will end up in the hands of a charter company, and hopefully they will see this article and thank us by treating us to a week aboard Jubilee (hint hint!).