Feadship’s new 57 metre superyacht Halo

Feadship’s new 57m superyacht, known before as hull 810, was christened by her owner during a private ceremony at the Feadship Kaag yard this weekend. The custom yacht was outfitted in a record time of just 33 months, and comissioned following the owner’s successful charter experience on a 45 metre Feadship.

The yacht’s distinct exterior lines were designed by British design studio Eidsgard Design, who created a futuristic arch feature that will make the vessel instantly recognizable when at sea. The arch not only serves an aesthetic purpose, but supports the sun deck structure, and house the rails for the sliding sun awnings. The remaining exterior areas where kept as clean and simple in design as possible.

The sundeck is particularly large for a yacht of this size, extending five metres further forward than other yachts in this size range. Halo’s flush foredeck houses a helicopter landing deck, and below, an enclosed mooring deck from where winches and anchors are operated. The aft section houses two tender garages where her two eight meter custom tenders are stowed. Adhering to the owner’s passion for scuba diving, the beach deck on Halo includes a large dive centre with storage for 28 dive cylinders.

Halo’s interior is designed by Bernardi Peschard, and signifies not only the design studio’s first collaboration with the Dutch shipyard, but also their largest project to date. The interior style is characterised by the use of contemporary materials such as a mix of light oak and darker woods with bronze inlays. All guest accommodation is located on main deck, with a special VIP cabin situated on the bridge deck.

“After you had felt for yourself the perfect craftsmanship, fine detailing and unrivalled comfort at sea that a Feadship offers, you challenged us to build an extraordinary custom superyacht of your own. Thanks to the close cooperation with the exterior and interior designers, Halo is a remarkable achievement in every respect,” said Feadship director Dick van Lent during the christening ceremony on Saturday.

By Charl van Rooy, photos by Tom van Oossanen

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