Newly released images from Dutch Yachting show Feadship superyacht Aquarius sailing under her own power for the first time, en route to the Hook of Holland and North Sea on her sea trials.
The 92m superyacht was officially launched one month ago, having been originally built at Scheepswerft Slob shipyard, before relocating to Feadship’s finishing facilities in June last year.
Aquarius was built as a full-custom Feadship superyacht, with her profile by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design. Sinot also worked on her interior design in collaboration with the owner’s design team and Feadship's De Voogt Naval Architects.
On board, Aquarius is able to accommodate 12 guests across six staterooms, including the owner’s stateroom situated on the owner’s deck. She also has a crew of 31, accommodated across 14 crew cabins.
As reported by Yachtingpages.com in September 2016, Feadship had said the brand was confident that Aquarius would be the ‘quietest Feadship to date’, once her sea trials are underway.
Speaking about the owner of Aquarius last month, Hank de Vries commented, “We have been in regular contact for several years before the owner concluded that, in order to create the truly fantastic yacht he envisaged, he simply had to commission an entirely bespoke Feadship.
“The client is a fiercely competitive player in the hospitality business and a highly ambitious in terms of his personal possessions. It has been a pleasure to work with him on this phenomenal project.”
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