Y712 Black Pearl Yacht Oceanco

Black Pearl (Project SOLAR) by Oceanco

Oceanco's 106.70 m BLACK PEARL (Project SOLAR) aka Y712 finally delivered.

BLACK PEARL (Project Solar) is one the largest sailing yacht in the world and features a DynaRig like Maltese Falcon. This impressive sailing yacht was designed by Ken Freivokh and Nuvolari Lenard. Both are responsible for exterior and interior styling. Another stakeholder in the interior design is Villate Design. The naval architecture was done by Dykstra Naval Architects and the in-house team of Oceanco.

Dykstra designed also the DynaRig with the three 70m masts carbon fiber masts. It takes seven minutes to set 2,900 sqm of sail area that powers her up to 30 knots. A hybrid propulsion system, engineered by BMT Nigel Gee delivers power for electrics and electronics.

Y712 Black Pearl Yacht Oceanco
Black Pearl Yacht

Black Pearl sail set-up in Gibraltar

maltese falcon perini navi video

Maltese Falcon in motion - running and interior shots

Running and interior shots of sailing yacht Maltese Falcon


[youtube url="https://youtu.be/RU_eDc5XtXg"]

[youtube url="https://youtu.be/IYySluFUyRw"]

[youtube url="https://youtu.be/VQeAxYLBFxs"]


Maltese Falcon Yacht

Videos of Superyacht "Maltese Falcon"

Maltese Falcon built by Perini Navi in Tuzla, Turkey is a ship-rigged sailing luxury yacht. It is one of the largest privately owned sailing yachts in the world at 88 m (289 ft), similar to Royal Huisman's Athena and Lürssen's Eos.

Maltese Falcon is easily controlled and has been seen to sail off her anchor and away from berths within harbors. The yacht's sophisticated computer detects parameters such as wind speed automatically and displays key data. An operator must always activate the controls, yet it is possible for a single person to pilot the yacht.

Read more on Wikipedia or on symaltesefalcon.com

Interior and running shots

[youtube url="http://youtu.be/IYySluFUyRw"]

Yacht "MALTESE FALCON" Arrives Virgin Gorda, Jan 1st, 2013 by Rick Moore of Land and Sea Video

[youtube url="http://youtu.be/-3fojxll0VM"]

Aerial images by VisualWorking: www.visualworking.com

[youtube url="http://youtu.be/RU_eDc5XtXg"]