Text and photo by Maarten Janssen
The classic Feadship superyacht Oncle Paul
The 33 metre Oncle Paul was launched in 1973 by Feadship in The Netherlands. She features a layout typical of Feadship's from this period, with a private study adjacent to the main saloon, and a forward cabin that serves as an intimate saloon with sofas and armchairs by day and a luxurious cabin with double berth by night. .
Before she was sold to her current owners, she was named La Belle Aire, and could often be found in Saint Tropez in the summer.
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