Feadship's latest superyacht launch, the 118 metre Project 1010, has been spotted undertaking sea trials in the North Sea this week.
The 4,999GT yacht marks a significant milestone for the Dutch shipyard as its longest launch to date, superseding the 110 metre Anna which launched in 2018.
She was last seen in August as she exited the construction shed in Makkum and her launch was completed in stages due to her sheer size.
The yacht’s midnight blue exterior come from Espen Øino, while interiors have been headed up by French studio Zuretti. These images indicate the yacht has a main deck swimming pool and large helipad with a hangar on the upper deck. The project also appears to have a unique pod-style skylounge encased by curved glass.
Further details have remained tightly under wraps. The project was seen following her technical launch on route from Papendrecht to Makkum to begin outfitting in 2020.
Project 1010 is expected to see delivery in late 2022 or early 2023.
The yacht is Feadship’s second largest new build under construction. It is eclipsed in length only by 118.8 metre Project 821, which is set for delivery in 2024. Also under construction at the shipyard is a 103 metre Feadship 1011.