December 19 was an exciting day for citizens all along some of the canals of The Netherlands. Feadship Project 707 headed past their homes, under tow, for arrival at the yacht builder’s Aalsmeer facility for final fit out. The 251-foot (76.5-meter) megayacht made for impressive shots as she passed through the Erasmus bridge in Rotterdam. Even tighter squeezes through other bridges occurred along the way, too.
The move of the steel-and-aluminum yacht comes on the heels of the emergence of Arrow, a.k.a Feadship Project 703. This megayacht, measuring 246 feet (75 meters) in length, with an equally healthy beam of 42’3” (12.9-meter), came into view earlier in the week, ahead of sea trials. In fact, Arrow needed to depart her build shed to allow Feadship Project 707 to head inside.
While we know that Arrow features styling and interior design by H2 Yacht Design, Feadship Project 707 remains pretty confidential. The shipyard is thus far not revealing information about her special features, nor what design teams are contributing to her. She could, however, be among the many Feadships from De Voogt Naval Architects.
Feadship Project 707 still has a ways to go before delivery. That date is set for 2021.