88.38m Feadship Project 816 Hits the Water

By George Bains

The latest stunning superyacht project from Feadship has emerged from the shipyard’s facility in Amsterdam. 88.38m Project 816 has reached the final stages of her build process, and was seen leaving the construction hall ahead of her sea trials before her official launch in early 2021.

An exciting glimpse into the next year of superyacht launches, Project 816 features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with an exquisite exterior design by Feadship’s own Studio De Voogt and interiors penned by Nauta Design and FM Architettura.

Released onto the waters for the first time, Project 816 will accommodate up to 16 guests in her undoubtedly luxurious interiors, with 25 crew members on hand to attend to their every need. The project will be christened with her new name upon her launch in early 2021, and marks a strong end to a year of milestones for the esteemed Dutch shipyard.

Earlier in 2020, Feadship launched Moonrise, the largest superyacht to be built in the Netherlands at a waterline length of 88.85 metres. Despite the obvious challenges of this year, Feadship has demonstrated that it is a shipyard which has a clear vision heading into the future, and we are excited to see another sensational yacht join the exceptional Feadship fleet in the coming months.

By George Bains
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