Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship is recognised as the world leader in the field of custom superyachts. Each Feadship is defined by its superb craftsmanship and sets the standard in every aspect of design, engineering and construction. These bespoke motoryachts are created in partnership with owners who are prepared to invest in a wonderful building experience and reap the rewards for many years to come in terms of both pleasure and re-sale value. Feadship also operates dedicated charter and refit services exclusively for Feadships.
Officially founded in April this year, the Feadship Heritage Fleet has celebrated its first public event with a gathering during the Monaco Classic Week. This specially organised event attracted members keen to play an active part in this association for owners of Feadships that are more than thirty years old.
Feadship, based in the Netherlands and recognized as the world leader in the field of custom superyacths, has presented the 62-metre FeadshipSea Owl. This superyacht has left the yard for sea trials and the official launching is scheduled for July, but some details have been revealed: her service launch offers the first daylight glimpse of Sea Owl's signature jade mist green and oyster white color scheme. She has gorgeous lines designed by the well-known English yacht designer, Andrew Winch.
Feadship has welcomed home the 71.60-metre Feadship Utopia for a range of maintenance activities and technical upgrades. Originally launched in 2004, this is the second time Utopia has returned to Feadship for a refit, the first being a successful project in 2007 to personalise the yacht to her then new owner's requirements. "The main reason to come to Feadship for a refit is to retain the essence of how the boat was built and ensure she remains of the highest pedigree possible in the world today," says Utopia's captain, Kevin Paul Collins.
The Feadship fleet welcomed the 57.60 m custom mega yacht Larisa. This luxury yacht was built for an owner with experience with the aim to upgrade to the world's leading luxury yacht brand. The Larisa's interior was left in the hands of Bannenberg & Rowell Design.
Sometimes it is good just to kick back, relax and leave the stresses of our modern lives behind. The world is out there waiting to be explored and experienced, and we all know that there is no better way to do so than onboard a Feadship. The brand-new 39-metre Go offers you a rare opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind Feadship of the finest pedigree. And you won't have to wait three years for the build!