The 76-metre Feadship new build Project 825 has been spotted on transport through the Dutch canals after completing its technical launch earlier this week at the shipyard's Royal Van Lent site.
Construction on Project 825 was started in spring last year and she joined the market last month with Peter Brown of Burgess. The yacht represents a rare opportunity to acquire a new build Feadship "in less than half the time of a new order," the brokerage firm said.
Initial renderings show a two-tone exterior by Studio De Voogt with distinctive metal railings to contrast the yacht's long line of dark windows. The focus of the main deck aft is the raised glass-bottomed pool with sunbeds on either side, while a bar for refreshments and a drop-down swivel TV round out the space, not dissimilar to the set-up of the 87-metre Feadship Lonian.
Below, dappled light filters into a large lower-deck beach club that opens on two sides for a wealth of outdoor interaction. Other onboard amenities include a bridge deck wellness centre with a sauna, massage room and an aft-facing gym overlooking a terrace equipped with a bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
Moving inside, the yacht's interior design comes from Parisian studio Gilles & Boissier. An array of lime-washed wood and stone decorated in earthy tones give the yacht a modern, contemporary feel with minimal furnishings and artwork viewed throughout.
Project 825 boasts a dedicated owner's deck with private access to a forward terrace, complete with a Jacuzzi, two seating areas around tables that lower to create sunbeds and a touch-and-go helipad. The remaining guest accommodations are found on the lower deck, comprising a full-beam VIP suite with a private balcony, two double cabins, one twin and one convertible cabin. In addition to the yacht's 12 guests, up to 17 crew can reside on board.
The finished Feadship will be able to reach a top speed of 15.4 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and a transatlantic range of 5,000 nautical miles. Power will come from twin 2,000hp MTU diesel engines, with additional zero-speed stabilisers for enhanced comfort. The yacht also houses room for a 9.8-metre tender, along with toys and a second rescue tender behind shell doors forward on the main deck.
Delivery is slated for November 2024.
According to BOATPro, Feadship has 15 projects currently in build across its four construction sites with another five on order. Its next project to be delivered is the 67-metre Project 823, named Obsidian, which was recently spotted out on sea trials ahead of her June delivery.