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Feadship in-build 49.5m superyacht Project 706 begins outfitting

Feadship in-build 49.5m superyacht Project 706 begins outfitting

Feadship’s highly secretive in-build superyacht Project 706 has been glimpsed for the first time.

The 49.5 metre superyacht was photographed manoeuvring down the Dutch canals on its way to Feadship's outfitting yard in Aalsmeer.

While details remain sparse on the project, the Dutch yard has revealed that the yacht will be fully aluminium. It is also understood that the yacht will have a beam measuring 7.8 metres.

With three water jets to achieve competitive top speeds, it is rumoured the yacht will become one of the fastest Feadships on the water. It is understood the yacht will be completed in 2020.

The first glimpse of the secretive project comes just days after the 77.25 metre superyacht Syzygy 818 began sea trials on the North Sea.

Another secretive project, Syzygy 818 was built to a custom design created in collaboration with the owner by Jarkko Jämsén. The interior meanwhile has been penned by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design.

Syzygy 818 also features a beam of 11 metres and is built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.

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