Feadship's 79.9-metre Project 714 has been spotted making the journey to Aalsmeer by tow. Launched just last week at Feadship's Papendrecht site, the yacht will now undergo outfitting ahead of its scheduled delivery in 2025.
The yacht had to make the journey while navigating the many narrow locks and bridges of the Dutch countryside, travelling along the Oude Rijn river in Alphen aan de Rijn.
Built in steel and aluminium, Project 714 has an approximate volume of 2,500 GT. Very little detail has been disclosed on the new build since construction began in early 2021. The imagery, however, reveals characteristic Feadship lines, including a subtle clipper bow with expansive on-deck space.
This milestone marks a busy time for the shipyard. In the last month, both the 65-metre Project 711 and 101-metre Project 1013 were launched. Alvia (ex. Project 822) was also spotted heading out to sea trials, with delivery anticipated for this year.
According to BOATPro, Feadship has 16 yachts currently under construction.
If delivered today, Project 714 would be the yard's 19th-longest superyacht on the water.