Broadwater Luxury Motor Yacht Maintenance History



Length: 50.30m  (165'0"ft) / Guests: 12 / Built: 2000


With the original design brief requiring a shallow draft yet stable and capable world cruising yacht proving a challenge to many shipyards, Feadship Royal Van Lent built the largest aluminum yacht ever when they completed SWEET PEA. She was built to Lloyd's class and was the first aluminum yacht built to the MCA Code of Practice.

Sweet Pea's hull form was extensively tested at the famous Marin Institute in Holland before construction, to confirm she would be a safe, stable, comfortable and sea kindly yacht.

Sweet Pea's shallow draft allows her access to places that normally only smaller vessels can navigate, as her original commissioning owner was adamant that he wanted to access the Bahamas and the Pacific Islands, and so SWEET PEA was born.

She benefits in not only her interior space from her actual 31' beam, but is incredibly stable at anchor even normally, but even more profoundly so when her zero speed stabilizers are activated.

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