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Feadship Launches largest superyacht ever

Dutch superyacht builder Feadship has launched its largest Feadship ever, a 99-metre masterpiece of craftmanship and engineering. The bespoke superyacht was created in partnership with the talented design team of Andrew Winch and the owners who prefer to remain anonymous at this time.

Built in the Feadship yard in Makkum, project 'Dream' took four years to make its way to the sea and can now claim the title of the largest superyacht ever built in the Netherland.

The Feadship superyacht is elegantly designed and can attain a speed well over 24 knots thanks to her highly efficient hull form and quadruple engines driving controllable pitch propellers swift and efficiently. As one would expect from a superyacht of this size, owners requested to include a helipad for easy departure and arrivals. To protect their beloved helicopter, Feadship designed an enclosed certified helicopter storage system that was inspired by the 86-metre Ecstasea, another Feadship built in 2004.

Feadship superyacht Dream

“Feadship enters 2013 on a crest of a wave as we continue to set new standards in partnership with discerning owners,” concludes Francis Vermeer. “With a solid order book and superyachts under construction ranging from 44 metres to 101.50 metres, there will be many more surprises as the year unfolds.”

Feadship superyacht Dream

Technical specifications

Builder: Feadship Type: Twin screw motor yacht, steel hull and aluminium superstructure Length overall: 99.00m 324’10” Beam overall: 13.60m 42’8” Draft (loaded): 4.60m 15’1” Fuel capacity:250,000 litres 66,000 US gallons Fresh water capacity:50,000 litres 13,000 US gallons


Naval Architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects Exterior styling: Andrew Winch Designs Interior design: Andrew Winch Designs


Main engines: 4x MTU 20V4000M73 – 3600 kW/ 2050 rpm Generators:3x MTU 12V2000M50A – 498 kW/1500 rpm Max. speed: 24 knots Range: Transatlantic


Guests: Ten guests in five guest staterooms and two guests in VIP stateroom Crew: 36 crew in eighteen cabins Water sports: Two 11m tenders; scuba gear