Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has delivered the new Ocean Victory mega yacht to its Muggiano shipyard, La Spezia.
The 140m-long vessel is designed by Monaco-based naval designer Espen Oeino, while interior design work was provided by Paris-based interior design company Cabinet Alberto Pinto.
The vessel was developed by Fincantieri Yachts, a business unit of Fincantieri, for the brokerage company Camper & Nicholsons.
Features of the new vessel include a certified helideck with lifting platform and an internal helicopter hangar, floodable tender dock, ten large shell doors, one underwater observation room, six pools, 300m² spa area, fully integrated last generation lighting and audio / video and home automation systems.
The mega yacht will comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations and the International Convention for the protection of human life at sea, under the supervision of the Lloyd’s Register of Shipping.
Fincantieri Yachts head Giovanni Romano said: "Ocean Victory is the highest result which the shipbuilding and luxury technology have achieved in the last years.
"The reasons of this success are not only technological: they have to be found in the unity / cohesion of our large team, who works with competence and commitment every day, a team formed by Fincantieri, by the ship owner’s team, by the designers, suppliers and representatives of the classification registers."
Fincantieri said this is the largest yacht ever built in Italy and one of the ten largest ever built worldwide.
Recently, Fincantieri received an order from Carnival Corporation’s Seabourn to build a second 210m-long and 28m-wide luxury vessel.