GALLANT LADY is the eighth Feadship built for her owner. Being the first Feadship launched under the Royal DeVries designation as well as the first Feadship built with an interior utilizing lightweight aircraft technology to ensure her shallow draft, this yacht represents aesthetic and technical achievements second to none. GALLANT LADY is an ecofriendly yacht incorporating advanced innovations including the environmentally safe Rochem bioreactive waste sewage treatment plant. Her owner is a founding member of the Seakeeper’s Society and the GALLANT LADY was built to reflect their longstanding commitment to the ocean environment. GALLANT LADY also features 11 paintings on board by the group of artists known as the Florida "Highwaymen."
Designed by her owner, the GALLANT LADY’s signature vertical windows, stacked decks and raked bow are accented with the debut of a three dimensional wavelike scrollwork and “F” signature on the bow. A recurring “X” theme can be found throughout the yacht and appears in design details as fine as the air conditioning vents or as grand as her polished stainless steel pillars.
Unique to a yacht of her size and quality, the shallow draft greatly increases her cruising capabilities.