The 72.85 metre Feadship superyacht Podium, previously known as Project 705, has been captured underway on sea trials.
It comes after the yacht was transported from Aalsmeer to Rotterdam earlier this month. The yacht first left the construction hall at Aalsmeer in February this year.
The full displacement yacht was designed by RWD with Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects.
Commissioned by a repeat client, the yacht features a striking dark blue hull, white superstructure and extensive glass glazing that runs flush to the exterior. Other details still remain sparse.
Project manager Gerhard Dekker previously said: “It may be a cliché but I truly believe that it takes a team to build a dream, and the way in which everyone has played their part in creating this exceptional vessel is a textbook example of teamwork.”
The steel hull and aluminium superstructure of the yacht were previously built by Feadship’s Papendrecht based sub-contractor Scheepswerf Slob.
Little else is known about the yacht, which has a beam of 12.6 metres, has three teak decks and is due for delivery later this year.