Deja Vu (ex: Blue Moon; Blue Moon II; Sweet Pea)

    
Project Name: Yacht type: Motor Yacht
Based concept: Sub type:
Displacement
Imo: 1006556 MMSI: 319642000
Call sign: ZGBZ5 SYT#: Y01544
Flag: Cayman Islands Port of Registry: Bloody Bay
 
Length Overall (m): 50.28 Length Overall (ft): 164.96
Length On Deck (m): Length On Deck (ft):
Length Waterline (m): Length Waterline (ft):
Beam (m): 9.45 Beam (ft): 31.00
Draught Max (m): 2.45 Draught Max (ft): 8.04
Draught Min (m): Draught Min (ft):
 
Shipyard: Feadship Year: 2000
Hull: 783 Status: Completed
Port: De Kaag Country: Netherlands
Comment: Built by Feadship member Royal Van Lent.
 
Naval Architect: De Voogt Naval Architects
Exterior Designer: Donald Starkey Designs
Interior Designer: Donald Starkey Designs
 
Hull Material: Aluminium Superstructure: Aluminium
Gross Tonnage: 692 Displacement: 490
Class: Lloyds Register
Class Comments: MCA: Yes
 
Guest Cabins:
Guests: 12 Max Charter Guests:
Crew Cabins: Crew: 10
 
Engine Manufacturer: Caterpillar Inc Model: 3512 DITA
Number of Engines: 2 Type: Diesel
HP: 1,500 KW: 1,119
Total HP: 3,000 Total KW: 2,237
 
Engines:
Max Speed: 16.5 Cruise Speed:
Range: 5,000 Propulsion: Twin Screw
 
Fuel Capacity (Liters): 76,000 Fuel Capacity (Gallons): 20,079
Water Capacity (Liters): 25,000 Water Capacity (Gallons): 6,605
 
 

Description

Déjà Vu is respected as one of the world's best looking and most preeminent Feadships and most likely one of the quietest. At full speed the noise in the main salon above the engines is only 55dbA and only 46dbA in the guest cabins!

Her original build captain and specification were very detailed, and it shows throughout this most capable yacht which can safely cross the ocean and also cruise the shallow waters in the Bahamas.

Déjà Vu has a full width Owner's Stateroom, four Guest Staterooms that can be opened to form two VIP Staterooms, and one Guest Cabin that can also be used as a Nanny Cabin or for staff.

There are four double Crew Cabins in addition to the Captain's Cabin.

Her shallow draft allows her access to places normally prohibitive for a yacht of her size, and her excellent beam and rolling chocks allows for great sea kindly motion and stability at sea. Stability at anchor is achieved by the well proven Quantum stabilizers with at anchor stabilization, making her a delightful platform when other similar sized yachts are uncomfortably rolling.

With an exterior and interior design by the highly acclaimed Don Starkey, Déjà Vu is pedigree personified.

She carries two good sized tenders behind her wheelhouse, thus clearing all the decks for more exterior dining, lounging spaces, and owner's privacy.

Exterior Photos

Interior Photos

Layout & Profile