Sixteen people will soon be able to start cruising aboard the Feadship Moonrise. The shipyard celebrated the launch of this nearly 328-footer (99.95-meter) with a crowd of onlookers gathered on nearby shores. Interestingly, the megayacht marks the largest-waterline-length project produced in The Netherlands. With naval architecture by Feadship’s own De Voogt studio, and styling by
Shipyards and design firms are wrapping up their holidays this week, heading back to work next week. With that come final preparations for launches and sea trials, as well as deliveries. Here are seven of the most-anticipated megayacht deliveries of 2020, listed in alphabetical order. Arrow. Like the sharpened shaft bearing the same name, Arrow
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.
UPDATE, JANUARY 15, 2020: Feadship has finally officially revealed the true name for Project 703. Arrow celebrated her christening ceremony this week. Her owner was on hand, of course. He shared his joy with the crowd, explaining, “Although I had a ten-foot dingy as a child, this is actually my first real boat. I have, however,
The Royal De Vries and Royal Van Lent shipyards of Feadship have roots going back well more than 100 years each. Feadship itself, however, only dates back to 1949. Those of you who are unaware of the 70 years of Feadship history can get a good beginners’ education from this short film. As the narrator
PHOTOS: Clint Jenkins When you have 13 years of superyacht ownership experience, you know what does and doesn’t work in enhancing your leisure time. This, in turn, affords your design and build teams the chance to get creative with new solutions. All of this describes the owners of Lonian, who spent the past year keeping