Though she won’t see delivery until springtime, Lady S slipped out into daylight on October 19. With her delighted owners present for the occasion, the megayacht marked the latest launch by Feadship. The 305-foot (93-meter) came outside under tow at the Royal Van Lent facility in The Netherlands. The shipyard has kept the majority of
The largest-ever Feadship is off on her maiden voyage. As you’ll see in the footage below, Anna departed The Netherlands over the weekend. At 361 feet (110 meters), Anna outranks Symphony as the biggest boat from the builder. Symphony secured the title in 2015, measuring 333 feet (101.5 meters). However, by the time Anna’s then-recently joined
What’s a yacht builder to do when the beam of a new megayacht nearly equates the width of a lock she has to transit? Take it slow and steady, just as the Feadship Anna did this weekend. As you’ll see in the video below, Anna, a.k.a. Feadship project 1007, isn’t just a healthy length, 361 feet (110 meters).
The big megayachts just keep getting bigger. The confidential Feadship Project 1007 is among the latest. She’s on the order books of the Royal de Vries shipyard. She made her first moves to her completion shed this month. That brought her out into the public eye for the first time. The first video here shows
Plenty has been written about how the all-aluminum Hemisphere is the world’s largest sailing catamaran. And for good reason: She’s an impressive megayacht, measuring 145 feet (44.2 meters) and with a beam of 54’5” (16.6 meters). She’s outfitted with an eye-opening 15 different types of stone, more than a dozen different leathers, and myriad woods,
Sometimes megayacht builders and designers decide to re-team for future projects before a current collaborative project is even finished. Such is the case with Blohm+Voss and Michael Leach Design. The two have joined forces on the 88m MCA Yacht Concept, based on their work on Palladium. According to Cristian Schwarzwälder, Blohm+Voss’ yacht-sales director, the conversation