Built in steel and aluminium, Halo was delivered by the Dutch shipyard in 2015 and features a radical exterior by Harrison Eidgaard defined by a pair of sweeping silver arches. She joined the market as recently as May 2021 fresh from a multi-million euro yard period, which included a full-paint, five-year survey and servicing of all the major systems on board.
Halo's interior design can be described as both "contemporary" and "futuristic" and is the first superyacht project by design studio Bernardi Peschard. Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests across six cabins, comprising a main deck owner's suite with its own private office, a VIP cabin on the bridge deck and four convertible king-sized guest cabins on the main deck.
Up top, Halo houses an extensive 200-square-metre sundeck complete with a bar, wind-shielded sunpads and an oversized tiled Jacuzzi, which can be shaded at the touch of a button by a carbon fibre awning built into the canopy that slides out electrically.
The 57 metre Feadship also comes with a pair of large custom D-RIB Compass tenders as well as a dive store with space for up to 28 tanks.
Designed with world cruising in mind, she delivers a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles, complete with a touch-and-go helipad on the bow for exploring ashore.
Halo was asking €64,000,000.
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