Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Oct 24, 2013.
Is it meant to look that ugly or has there been an accident?
I was recently going through all yachts above 80 meter and found only three that I would approve; Amevi, Talitha and Limitless. The rest I consider as "non-designs"... Oh yes, the sailing yacht Athena is nice too...
Thats a bit harsh, I quite like Savannah with exception of the stern.
Pelorus doesn't make the pretty list?
Not on mine, she is OK but the original, Coral Island takes the title...
For me what makes Pelorus beautiful is the big broad landing pad that has the super structure pushed further aft and how compact she looks with airdraft to waterline ratio and all the freeboard. I can see a glimmer of resemblance however, just not enough for me to hold it against her. Your tastes are your own, and your eye for similarity is probably more trust worthy than mine.
Looks like "Savannah" was delivered!
How do u figure? still moored in Westpoort ,
Amsterdam and not underway .
So yachts have to leave Amsterdam upon delivery? I have seen photos of her flying the Red Ensign of the Cayman Islands. That is why I assumed she was delivered. Of course I could be wrong.
She has been officially delivered and is headed towards Norway. I do find it odd that Royal Romance was launched before both of these yachts and is still undelivered.
A nice photo of her in Norway.
One of the photos of her in Bergen showed the tender garage open with a tender in the water and somebody sat in the garage- it seems to show that the lower deck ceiling height is extremely low.
She blends really nicely with this landscape though!
She does look great! But does have a really low freeboard.
Yep, she looks particularly odd from behind quarter views.
Agreed. I feel a couple more meters in length, extending the aft deck overhangs would have also been an improvement.
A nice night photo of "Savannah" while in Gibraltar.
Photo by JMY76
The first Interior photos of Savannah.
Yep here interior is really stunning!
Very very very nice. I am actually fairly shocked that Feadship published these.