The two American-owned Feadship superyachts, Rock.It and Blue Moon, are currently spending time together in the city of Chicago. Blue Moon is a regular site in Chicago this time of year, with Rock.It having made her way south to the Windy City after cruising the inland waters that separate Canada and the United States some weeks ago.
Launched in 2014, the 60.34 metre superyachtRock.Itwas built by Feadship for a charter-experienced owner who was in search of creating his own private yacht. She features both an exterior and interior design by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, ableto accommodate up to 10 guests and 13 crew members. SettingRock.Itapart from other Feadships isthe first-time application of an intuitive control and maneuvering system on a superyacht, developed especially for naval applications.
The owner of the 60 metre FeadshipBlue Moonis an avid ambassador of the Dutch yachting brand, having owned three Feadships since the mid-1990s. Having named all three of his yachtsBlue Moon, his latest yacht was launched at the Royal van Lent yard in 2005. Donald Starkey designed her guest spaces to feature the maximum amount of interior volume, all within a 60 metre platform. The designer introduced signature exterior styling cues inBlue Moonwhich Feadship would eventually go on to apply to many of their future yachts.
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