Measuring 118 metres in length, this vessel is the largest motor yacht ever built by the yard, superseding the 98.4-metre Aviva by 20 metres.
Referred to by Abeking & Rasmussen as "the black beauty", her design was penned inside and out by Joseph Dirand, French architect, whose portfolio includes the first 26-metre Otam 85 GTS Cara Montana, with engineering and naval architecture completed by the shipyard.
Her exterior is characterised by clean, minimalist lines, cascading decks aft and a distinctive pointed bow, accentuating the black hull's sleek silouhette.
Key features of the new flagship include a large aft deck swimming pool and an underwater Neptune lounge, a feature which has proved to be rather popular in recent years.
Other highlights that musn't go unmentioned are the 16-metre hatch for the tender garage and toy locker on the port side which is said to include a personal submarine for the owner, as well as the full certified helicopter located on the sundeck.
"The work has more than paid off. We have once again succeeded in building an exceptional yacht," says André Jonker, Senior Project Manager at Abeking & Rasmussen.
"The exterior design is deliberately understated, with no anchor pockets interrupting the sleek and elegant silhouette. A perfect observation experience can be enjoyed from the crow's nest at the foot of the mast. Another unique place on board is the large marble-clad fireplace with a generous round sofa on the forward sundeck," comments the shipyard.
Hull 6507 will join some of the largest yachts in the world, including Feadship's in-build Project 1010.