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The Colosseum Superyacht Stands Up To Its Name

By Victor Baker


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Colosseum Superyacht

The newest superyacht project coming from the renowned Dutch shipyard Oceanco is the 86.70-meter Colosseum, a gorgeous vessel designed exclusively by Enrico Gobbi to incorporate glass throughout its body in a wonderful way.

The new Oceanco yacht will easily accommodate up to 14 guests, as well as a crew of 28, within an expansive owner’s suite, two VIP cabins and four double guest cabins.  The Colosseum will be extremely spacious, that’s for sure, and it will even come with a 19-meter pool located at her stern, but privacy isn’t affected in any way.

The future owners of this beauty and their guests will surely appreciate the opening side terraces available from the owner’s and VIP suite, as well as the vertical windows in the VIP and guest areas which mirror the nearly vertical bow.

Colosseum Superyacht

The transparency theme of this superyacht is continued throughout, with the pool surrounded by glass sides, but there’s no denying the large wellness area, including a gym and sauna, cannot be ignored.

The fly deck offers further picture-perfect panoramic views, not to mention a second large pool surrounded by sun beds, a fully equipped bar and an observation area forward with a lounge-seating area. The yacht will be also able to accommodate a wide variety of tenders and high end water toys, so you shouldn’t worry about that either.

In the end, in terms of performances and power, the Colosseum will come with twin MTU 20V4000M73L engines of 4,828 hp each, that could take this beautiful vessel to a top speed of 18.5 knots.

Colosseum Superyacht

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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