Dutch shipyard Feadship has welcomed its 110-metre (361-foot) flagship yacht Anna back to its home yard in Amsterdam for maintenance.
Following on from her launch last year, Anna spent her maiden season cruising the Caribbean. She will now endure ‘minor works’ ahead of the upcoming Mediterranean season.
Michael Leach worked in collaboration with the superyacht owner’s personal decorator Brian McCarthy to design the vessel, while in-house naval architecture is from De Voogt.
Pier Posthuma de Boer, director of refit and services at Feadship, explained, “It is self-evident that the best place to have a refit or rebuild carried out is by Feadship or one of our four partners within the Feadship Services Network.
“We are pleased to see that an increasing number of Feadships are also benefitting from the added value of having us take care of maintenance works as well.”
The four-deck yacht is Feadship’s largest superyacht yet, and the Netherlands’ second longest yacht ever.