Feadship announced at the end of March that it has launched its 35-meter Letani motoryacht in record time. The company first met with Letani’s owner just two years ago. Feadship’s employees and partners worked diligently to set a new record. Feadship’s director, Bas Nederpelt, however, says that they couldn’t have reached the goal without the visionary guidance and cooperation from Letani’s owner.
Feadship worked closely with the owner to create a superyacht that truly focuses on the family. With slight alterations, the yacht’s interior can transform from a luxurious place to hold special events into a room where mom and dad can snuggle with their children. For example, a TV nook sits between the dining room and lounge. The television has a swiveling bracket that lets the owner point it in any direction. Little details like this make it possible for kids to watch their favorite shows in the nook, while the parents have the option to turn the TV toward the lounge to watch sports and special events with guests.
Feadship worked with Sinot Executive Yacht Design and Studio Liaigre to create a comfortable interior that makes people feel at home. Some owners want aesthetics that resemble those commonly found in the world’s finest museums. There’s nothing wrong with reaching for a spectacular style, but Letani’s owner wanted a more relaxing atmosphere that resembles a well-appointed apartment.
Don’t mistake Letani’s comfort for anything less than perfection. She has a design that lets her travel all over the world, even in places with shallow water like Scandinavia, Asia, and the Indian Ocean. She has an owner’s stateroom with a bathroom featuring double vanities and showers. Letani can accommodate up to six guests: four in the lower deck’s convertible staterooms and two in the VIP stateroom.
The whole family attended Letani’s launch in celebration. Within a short time, the owners will get to travel the world in search of beauty and adventure.