13 May 2024


The 91.5-metre Oceanco superyacht Tranquility has been captured on her arrival through the Dutch city of Rotterdam as she returned to her build shipyard for a 'transformative refit'. Originally launched in 2014 to an exterior design by her builder Oceanco, interiors from Winch Design and naval architecture from Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture.


Oceanco has shared that the yacht is due to undergo an entire interior refit to elevate the onboard comfort and to upgrade her design, a stern extension to maximise onboard space and a full repaint. Her AVIT and NAVCOM systems will be upgraded to the latest technology, for seamless connectivity and navigation capabilities.


“We are delighted to welcome Tranquility back home to Oceanco for this extensive refit with our Life Cycle Support team,” said Marcel Onkenhout, Oceanco’s CEO. “This project is a testament to our dedication to innovation while supporting yachts at every stage of their life cycles. Through the collaboration of our skilled craftsmen and partners, our aim is to transform Tranquility according to her owner’s vision.”


Charlie Birkett, Y.CO Co-Founder and CEO comments: “Myself and the Y.CO team are extremely proud to play a part in bringing Tranquility back to the yard for this extensive refit. The owner has chosen to make some inspiring modifications that will not only ready her for some exciting worldwide cruising as part of her new fleet but will also pave the way for more environmentally conscious cruising. We are looking forward to working alongside Oceanco, YTMC and the fleet’s crew to bring Tranquility into her next operational chapter.”


Written by Francesca Webster

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