These pictures taken earlier today exclusively by SuperYacht Times show the Feadship 808 superyacht leaving the construction hall of the Feadship Royal van Lent shipyard in Kaag, the Netherlands. This move outside will allow the completion of the commissioning of the engine room systems and radio equipment, as well as final works on the upper deck and mast.
The highly anticipated yacht is the largest Feadship vessel to be built to date, taking the title from the 99 metre Feadship superyacht Madame Gu which was delivered in 2013.
Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the six deck superyacht measures 101.50 metres in length with a 14.10 metre beam and a 4.10 metre draught. She boasts naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects, exterior design by Tim Heywood Design and interiors by Zuretti Interior Design.
On board, up to 16 guests are easily accommodated for over several commodious staterooms including one VIP cabin and a luxurious full beam owner’s suite located on its very own private deck. A total of 27 crew members including the captain and four officers are also accommodated for, as well as two additional staff members.
The facilities incorporated on the private deck are both luxurious and numerous, including a sauna, a forward terrace with Jacuzzi, a private office and study, a lounge and an aft deck area with a dining table for up twenty. Elsewhere outside, the large sun deck houses an observation lounge, bar and Jacuzzi.
Affirming the top level quality of the yachts audio-visual systems is the elevator shaft, which is faced with an interactive video wall throughout the five decks. The glass corridor through the engine room features an all-purpose interactive screen offering images from the underwater camera plus the latest information on the yacht’s location, propulsion and systems.
Amongst her countless amenities is one master tender, a guest tender, a crew tender and two jet skis. In addition, a six metre contraflow swimming pool - including it’s very own waterfall - is found on the main deck, whilst on the lower deck, an ultra-high definition cinema, a lounge area below the glass-bottom swimming pool, a beach club and a wellness centre can be found, providing guests with the perfect environment to entertain, relax and enjoy life on board to the fullest.
She is powered by four MTU 16V 4000 M73, 2560 kW diesel engines. She is due for completion by Spring 2015.