Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jul 25, 2009.
The styling is quite 'out there' for a 33-meter yacht.
She is a good looking 'mini' superyacht
Apparently, she is the first of 5 identical sisters. I knew there was three, with one being canceled but 5 is impressive. That should help spread out the engineering cost.
Three 34m (33.50m), and two 35m
Any source for this?
Feadship: “The superyacht owners’ community is a tightknit one, however, news spread among them of these super innovative projects,” says De Vries. “Before long another client contacted Feadship to say he would like to have something similar, albeit a metre longer. And the same process recently played out with another owner who also twisted our arm to build the fifth and final one. Every owner with a vision for the exceptional is welcome at Feadship.”
Does anyone know asking prices of these little Feadships?
692 is on sea trials and is apparently named Capri.
New photos of the 66.25m superyacht VANISH
Feadship has launched hulls 691 and 693 with white hulls instead of the grey. Hopefully one of these three will have a feature with interior and layouts published.
Nice video of "Vanish".
Some nice lights here.
Thank you Cool video
Unless it's December 24th or 25th, I hope whoever's in charge of that yacht has the decency and good sense to only use one color at a time.
Yes it's a bit OTT. This is more to my liking
Minderella (ex-Calixe) now sporting a blue hull and silver mast
Hull #691 of the 33m series is named "Moonsand Too". That means we will probably see a feature of her eventually. It's quite interesting that the same owner wanted two yachts that are both fairly small and similar in length.
Lady May is for sale asking EUR 35M.
These are the supposed names of the three 33m:
691 "Moonsand Too"