Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by German Yachting, Oct 19, 2018.
Feadship hull 814 Lady S has been launched.
I was aboard last week. I was struck by the massive windows they are able to use with structural glass.
Washington Redskins football team better sell more tickets, hot dogs & beer!
Another quite unusual design..
I’m waiting to see how she looks with her mast before passing judgement. Her wheel house reminds me a bit of Ecstasea as she also has an isolated bridge and then larger helipad.
The bird's eye view photo might be misleading, but I see some Cedar Sea II resemblances in Lady S.
She is a very interesting design. But like Germanyachting said I’m going to wait till I see the mast on as well. This yacht will catch a few eyes.
The mast was installed. It looks good IMO.
Better than that arch mast thing early this year?
Found some photos on social media and yes much better looking then the arch mast on Anna.
Probably not new with some of you but I thought I'd go ahead and share just because. But a really interesting feature is that she has a two deck IMAX theater. I love the plumb bow or straight edge bow that she has. It's a cool design there would he a few things I would change like making it 110 meters or something. She also has the ability to have a basketball court and volleyball court I have heard.
But does anyone known when she will be delivered? I'm guessing very soon.
Feadships deliver very quick after launch, doing sea trails now so I would say 6-8 weeks max.
Seen a couple of photos of "Lady S" in Portofino looking good. In the photos, the glassed in 'lounge' just forward of the helipad is clearly a gym. This image by @theamazingyacht showcases the vessel in what must be one of the yacht's initial stops after delivery.
Full interior and layouts have been shown in a recent magazine.
"Lady S" returning to Holland probably for warranty/spruce up work ahead of the winter season.
Quick clip of "Lady S" passing by.
The interior of Lady S is revealed on BI. Better than most we have seen recently. A lot of white!
The article has been taken down.
You can still buy the magazine to see it.