Feadship has launched its 73m M/Y Hasna from its Dutch facilities, with it marking the first superyacht built for an Australian owner by the Dutch shipbuilders. The superyacht, spotted undergoing her sea trials in June, is now on her way to Gibraltar.
Designed by RWD, formerly known as Redman Whiteley Dixon prior to its acquisition of the interior design studio Pod Interior Style, Hasna was custom built to the requirements of her new owner.
Amongst the features of her layout is a beach club that opens portside and starboard, but not aft. This arrangement, combined with moving the engine room forward of the lower-deck cabins, allows for an 8-meter deep-water swimming pool aft of the main deck. The beach club itself includes a gym and a relaxation area accessible directly from the cabins.
Amongst the custom features on Hasna is a butler's cabin, a cinema on the main deck and a 25-metre sundeck with an interior section amidships, complete with a barbecue grill, and a three-metre Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads.
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