The 96.5m superyacht from Feadship, previously known as Project Vertigo, has been delivered to Antibes and named Faith. According to local reports, she was moored next to 99m Feadship yacht Madame Gu after arriving at the French port earlier in April.
British design studio Redman Whiteley Dixon handled both the interior and exterior design of the vessel, with naval architecture headed up by De Voogt. Featuring a displacement steel hull, she has an aluminium superstructure and four teak decks.
On board, 18 guests are accommodated for and looked after by 32 crew, with the owner’s suite featuring panoramic views out to sea and a skylight above the bed. Faith’s foredeck also includes a helipad, able to open up into concealed helicopter storage.
A waterfall feeds a glass-bottomed swimming pool on the aft deck, and a foldout beach club below allows guests to see all the way up to the sundeck.
Speaking last year about Project Vertigo, Tom de Vries, director at Feadship, said “Project Vertigo sets a new standard for styling and is a true gentleman’s yacht. Her beautiful shapes, gently flowing sheerline and iconic looks are the very definition of timelessness, and she is impeccably balanced in every respect.”
Power comes from two 3,000hp MTU 16V 4000 M63L diesel engines, allowing the vessel to achieve a top speed of 17 knots. A total fuel capacity of 222,000 litres allows for a maximum cruising range of 5,000nm at 12 knots.
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