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Feadship’s high-speed Project 706 left its shed in the Netherlands yesterday as it inches nearer to completion.
With over 200 superyachts built and roots dating back to 1849, Dutch shipbuilder Feadship has earned a prestigious reputation for building some of the finest superyachts on the water today. Last week though, Feadship flexed its prowess in the field of pedigree refits as the 57.6m superyacht W emerged from its Makkum facility after ten months of work.
Proudly waving the flag for British design talent on the global stage, Bannenberg & Rowell Design has dominated the field of superyacht design for two decades. Recently making headlines as Lurssen’s Project Hawaii nears delivery, we thought a catch up with the busy pair to be long overdue.
International brokerage IYC boasts an enviable sales fleet of exquisite superyachts located around the world. Some of these standout superyachts have been made available for significantly reduced prices, prompting shrewd buyers to sit up and consider the advantages of the current market.
Dutch shipyard Feadship has issued a statement declaring that the safety of its personnel is “the highest priority” while also noting that “continuity is key” when looking ahead to the end of this period.
2020 is on course to be another memorable year for ground-breaking superyacht launches. Already, the industry has welcomed stunning new projects onto the waters, with renowned shipyards Benetti, Lurssen and Feadship among those to lead a remarkable first few months.
Dutch shipyard Feadship proclaimed that “a new star has been born” following the launch of the largest superyacht by waterline length to come out of the Netherlands. The 99.95m superyacht is a milestone for Feadship and one that deserves the recognition it will no doubt receive in the yard’s history books.
The melting pot of culture, lifestyle and history that is the Eastern Mediterranean will forever be a revered superyacht destination. An abundance of colourful coasts and vibrant towns all contribute to the intriguing individuality of each country in this region, providing a pure escape that is never too far from Europe’s major cities.
The end of 2019 marked something of a momentous occasion in the history of one of the world’s most renowned superyacht builders. With the recent launch of 100m Moonrise just a couple of weeks ago, Feadship has already cemented its prime place for the year ahead as one of the world’s most prolific superyacht builders.
Yesterday marked another notable occasion in what has already been a remarkable start to 2020 for Dutch shipyard Feadship, who have further cemented their position in the field of custom builds of 70m+ superyachts. The launch of Project 705 onto the water for the first time comes ahead of her official launch ceremony in a few weeks’ time, as the world was afforded the first glimpse of this exceptional superyacht in her entirety.
This morning marked monumental news for the world’s largest superyacht fleet, as Feadship launched their highly anticipated Project 1008 – now known as Moonrise. 100M Moonrise was spotted leaving Feadship’s Makkum facility early this morning, marking a momentous occasion in more ways than one as she represents the largest superyacht by waterline length built in the Netherlands to date.
46.6m motor yacht Excellence has been jointly listed for sale with<a href="www.superyachts.com/yacht-brokers/index.htm?id=192">Burgess</a> and Merle Wood and has an asking price of $16,900,000.
Dutch shipbuilding giants Feadship have until now remained very quiet about the construction of their latest fully custom project, dubbed Project 703. This week however, we were granted a construction update on the 75 metre superyacht, as the hull hit the water for the first time to mark her first official sighting out of her Aalsmeer construction hall. The attached video credits go to Tom Van Oossanen.
In September Superyachts.com reprised its role at the Breaking News Centre studio at the Monaco Yacht Show, welcoming the biggest names in the industry to share their insights on a whirlwind year. Always a great opportunity to gauge performance and highlight developing trends, we look back on the main event from this year’s superyacht calendar.
Although the appeal of the larger market of superyachts is hard to deny, every once in a while a listing appears on the market which affirms the oft-repeated statement that ‘bigger is not always better’. We are reminded of such just this week, as Cecil Wright & Partners have announced the listing of the 30m La Mascarade; an elegant and timeless build boasting all the stunning features of a classic Feadship, on a much more accessible and navigable yacht.