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News: Feadship's 59.9M Hull 713 Launched

Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jun 9, 2024.

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  1. Hull 713 At Feadship Hits The Water
    Today, Feadship launched their latest superyacht but this one is a bit more special than some of the others given that the yard has implemented the use of solar onboard. The new yacht was known as hull 713 while under construction. A 59.9-meter superyacht with steel hull and aluminum superstructure, we saw this vessel under transport in early 2023.
  2. The yacht has been fitted with photovoltaics to the roof of the bridge and the forward portion of the upper deck. The yard suggests it wants to be climate neutral by 2030 and while not being carbon-neutral, this yacht will certainly reduce its carbon footprint in a more meaningful way by not having to 100% rely on generators to produce power. Those solar cells will feed energy to a 400 KW battery. As for the design of the yacht, Studio De Voogt was responsible for the exterior design while the interior was penned by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design.
  3. The exterior paint finishes showcase a blue-grey hull and the more standard contrasting white superstructure. The yacht goes a step-further with its greener credentials thanks to its propulsion being diesel-electric. Additionally with the capability to run on non-fossil HVO. The deck-finishing has employed the use of FSC-certified plantation teak for all her decking. All wood utilized onboard has been harvested under sustainable practices. The tender garage is forward in the hull towards the bow and has a fully internal forward mooring deck offering protection to the crew as they work during mooring or anchoring scenarios.
  4. Guests will enjoy numerous al-fresco relaxing areas onboard too. In front of the yacht's mast, there is a secluded small deck area with a layout pad which will provide the best views onboard from a guest-related space. Down one deck there are more sunpads and a jacuzzi. All the way aft on the main deck is the yacht's pool which has a glass bottom. That glass bottom will serve to allow natural light to pass to the beach club below. Side doors also jettison towards the water's level along with a transom door to open up the beach club space. Hull 713 is the latest yacht in its builder's attempts at creating more sustainable an environmentally responsible superyachts. In May there was the 119-meter Fuel Cell-powered Hull 821 that launched and before that there was the hybrid-electric Hull 1012.

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    Leidsevaart 574
    2014 HT Haarlem
    The Netherlands

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