Project 1007 is Feadship’s largest superyacht to date, measuring at 110 metres (360 feet). It is understood she is set to have final steering and propulsion gear fitted ahead of scheduled sea trials in the North Sea.
Reports reveal the superyacht was moved through the centre of Amsterdam to Damen’s facility over the weekend.
Project 1007, to be known as Anna upon delivery, was previously launched at the yard's Makkum facility in June. Once she has been delivered she will join Jubilee as the joint-largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands.
Her design came from Michael Leach Design who worked in partnership with the owner’s personal decorator Brian McCarthy Inc., while in-house naval architecture is from De Voogt.
Project 1007 boasts four decks built to Lloyd’s Registry standards and features a dramatic architectural curve that links the main deck with the upper deck.
Few details have been revealed about the 110-metre superyacht, but recent images show a striking exterior which makes good use of glass and offers vast outdoor deck spaces. The images also reveal that the steel hull supports an aluminium superstructure.
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