Immense construction, layout and design options can be implemented by the new Owner, to have a fully new superyacht. With approximately 6000 gross-tonnage, the great interior and exterior volumes offer the possibility to build whatever you dream of. Unique onboard features and great flexibility is given to her use, becoming an expedition / research vessel, a luxury explorer megayacht, a charter dedicated superyacht or a floating hotel and exclusive residence.
With the potentiality to become one of the biggest ever existing superyachts in the world, Project Y910 offers thousand possibilities for complete personalization. The new Owner can dream on board. A dedicated team of engineers, architects and designers will work alongside to create the best result, contributing to mark the history of yachting with a one-of-a-kind conversion project.
“Her immense volumes, eco-friendly aspects and outstanding cruising autonomy allow Project Y910 to be flexible in its use, becoming a real innovation in yachting!”
Outstanding dimensions and breathtaking volumes allows Project Y910 to mark the history of yachting. Her numerous aspects make her flexible for many kinds of uses and in multiple forms:
Year Built & Builder: 1990,Gdynia Shipyard, Poland
Start conversion (phase 1): 12th June 2000, Keppel Singmarine, Singapore
Built in 1990 by Stocznia Gdynia in Poland, she served as a passenger vessel for the Russian offshore industry until 1998. Originally the yacht was 90-meter long, named Vladimir Chivilikhin. In total there were six sisterships, even though with time we lost traces of them. One among the six is currently used as an expedition cruise ship with the name of Ortelius.
This passenger vessel was then converted and prolonged, until reaching a length of 120-meter. Today, this megayacht is known as Project Y910 and located in the Fincantieri Shipyard, Trieste headquarter. Her hull and engines are the original ones, while the rest of the yacht will be built in relation to the new Owner’s tastes and demands.