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| Feadship | 83.50M "SAVANNAH" (formerly Project 686) | 2015 |

Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. German Yachting

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    There's more coming per their social media.
  2. WilsonHasLeft

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    Great interior, thanks for the tip. Glad these came out. Now, if only they'd do the same for Tango.

    Maybe it's optical illusion, but that does look like a remarkably low freeboard, as has been mentioned. I wonder what she's like in heavy following seas.
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    I love it too, however would love to seen some interior pics from Symphony too!!
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    Generally when posting yachts for charter, interiors get posted: http://www.feadship.nl/en/charter
  5. German Yachting

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    Has anyone seen pics of her tenders? I think they are Pascoe but haven't really seen photos.
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    An interesting feature Savannah apparently has is a 'hidden' observation room in the bow which I assume to be a more discrete version of that on Venus, its certainly almost undetectable from all the photos I have seen..
  7. German Yachting

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    One of her many interesting features.
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  9. German Yachting

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    Thanks I remember seeing that pic before
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    I would love to see pictures of the view from the windows beneath the waterline. A relatively unique feature, and the renderings made the observation room look very nice.
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    Just go down to your local marina and jump in with a mask on. You will get the idea pretty quickly.
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    I thought about that, but not even in the Carribean? Other light colored waters? Or with the addition of lights coming from the ship itself?
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    At my marina that would be like walking into the closet and outin' the light.
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    If you watch the videos of her underway you will notice that the rendering has some artistic license. The video footage clearly shows wake coming off about four vertical frames within the area that is glass in the rear of the hull-sides suggesting 5-6 vertical panes on glass separated/held in place by metal uprights, by contrast the rendering shows a single piece of glass. Thats an observation not a criticism, Savannah is one of my three favourite yachts along with A and Venus.
  15. German Yachting

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  17. German Yachting

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    What's interesting is that I thought I read with Kiss or Como that they couldn't get approval to do that large if Windows again because they couldn't be covered up with storm shutters. I feel like these would even be more of an issue. Unless this is mitigated since this room is completely separated.
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  19. Hohum

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    Same here, the photo seems to have been removed.
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    The room is very nice though... there was a photo of it elsewhere too but they seem to have taken it down as well.