Built for a repeat Feadship client and flaunting a RWD exterior design, JUICE is another exemplary example of Dutch engineering and British design. ‘All unnecessary elements have been removed,’ Feadship issued in a statement, commenting on the yacht’s elegant yet assertive profile.
Closer akin to a stately home than a yacht, complete with pillars and large 8m pool on the main deck, all structural exterior features are finished in polished stainless steel. Glass surfaces such as the railings and pool sides offer spaciousness and unrestricted views throughout.
Warmth and comfort form the primary design ethos aboard JUICE. Peter Marino, commissioned for the interior, has done this using the finest materials luxury design can offer. Working alongside the client, every detail down to the specific veneer for the central staircase has been meticulously curated.
Another notable feature is JUICE’s wrap-around superstructure, offering greater synchronicity between the decks. With a dedicated owner’s deck between the bridge and main decks, the yacht offers an alternative configuration for a vessel of her size. These are complemented by four guest suites on the main deck, a large beach club, lower deck cinema and gymnasium on the sun deck.
JUICE has been named to reflect her owner’s enthusiasm for modern art. Feadship has confirmed that the logo of her name on the funnel is inspired by a 1967 work by American artist Ed Ruscha.
We at Superyachts.com would like to congratulate the owners on their latest - and greatest - work of modern art, and will be keeping our readers updated as JUICE nears closer to delivery.