The 75.7-metre Feadship superyacht Project 822 has been spotted in transit from the drydock at Feadship's Van Lent facility on Kaag Island. The yacht, which is understood to be called Alvia, will now be moved to open sea to begin sea trials.
The yacht was launched in late August, marking the first time the secretive superyacht has been spotted since it arrived at the shipyard's Van Lent facility in September 2021.
Little information has been revealed about the new-build displacement motor yacht so far. RWD is responsible for exterior and interior design, with interiors completed in collaboration with Susan Young and naval architecture by de Voogt. Pictures show an ice-white hull and superstructure, classic flared bow and gently curving lines.
Key numbers of the steel-and-aluminium build include a beam of 13.6 metres and a gross tonnage of 2,220.
According to BOATPro, the yacht was sold in early 2019 and entered construction at NMC shipyard in Rotterdam, before being transferred to Van Lent for outfitting.
The vessel is joined by 15 other vessels launched or under construction across Feadship's facilities, including the 72-metre Project Sakura, which was being built on speculation before selling after just six weeks on the market.
Including Project 822, there are a total of four Feadships set to be delivered in 2023.