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Oceanco’s new DreAMBoat ready for sea trials

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Oceanco’s new 295-foot (90m) yacht Y716 DreAMBoat, launched on Feb. 13, is being commissioned for impending sea trials and on track for delivery before the summer season, the builder stated in a press release.

Representing a first-time design collaboration between Espen Øino International and Terence Disdale Design, the yacht has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, and can accommodate up to 23 guests and 33 crew members.

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