Feadship’s largest superyacht to date, Project 1007, was seen on the water for the first time yesterday, at the Scheepswerf Slob yard in the Netherlands.
The superyacht is a four-deck displacement vessel, and the latest images from Dutch Yachting illustrate she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. The superyacht is designed by British designer Michael Leach, with naval architecture completed by De Voogt. Leach has previously worked on a number of renowned vessels including Blohm + Voss’s Palladium and Feadship’s Anna.
According to reports from Boat International, the yacht will be moved to Feadship’s Makkum yard ahead of her fit-out, ready for a 2018 delivery. Few details are known about the vessel at this time, with suggested features such as a beach-club and tender garage not officially confirmed by Feadship. When delivered, Project 1007 will overtake 101m Symphony, launched last year.
Feadship recently launched its third largest superyacht, 96m Vertigo, from its Makkum facility, and is currently working on a number of other projects which are due for delivery in 2017. Another 93m yacht is said to be currently under development for 2018, but this has yet to be confirmed by the yard.
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