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Launched at the New York Boat Show of 1951, the company was promoting aluminum yachts which were then a novelty. The yachts were met with interest from the American market and new orders started coming in, revitalizing an industry that was struggling following World War II.
Celebrities of the era started ordering Feadships, amongst which was Malcolm Forbes who commissioned the Highlander from the shipyard.
By 1968, 3 entities were left within Feadship (Royal Van Lent, De Voogt and De Vries Lentsch), the others having left the organization during a new period of the growth for the industry.
As the industry developed as a whole, Feadship continued building yachts, becoming one of the most prestigious shipyards.
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Number 1Sailing Yacht Enigma (ex. Phocea) Catching Fire in LangkawiThe classic 1976 yacht sailing yacht Enigma has caught fire in Langkawi. Her captain Stephen Crone has shared shocking photos of that terrible incident. The 76m yacht features Tim Heywood’s exterior design. Number 2Inside the 76m HuntressThe 2009 Lürssen yacht Huntress (ex. Bella Vita) was sold in the first few days of the 2021. The 76m superyacht features the interior design by Pauline Nunns and the exterior by Espen Oeino.Number 3The Wajer Yachts Has Introduced a New Model Wajer 77The largest yacht in the range of the Dutch builder Wajer Yachts was designed in collaboration with Van Oossanen Naval Architects and Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, so the 23.5m motor yacht has a lot to offer, including a top level of comfort in four cabins with ensuite bathrooms and a standing height of 2.15-2.35 meters. The first Wajer 77 was delivered to the American legend, the famous NFL player and seven time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.Number 4Andrey Melnichenko’s Sailing Yacht A Was Spotted in Douglas BayAndrey Melnichenko’s megayacht always attracts attention. This time the 142.8m Sailing Yacht A has been seen in Douglas Bay, the capital and largest town of the Isle of Man. The yacht arrived here after leaving Gibraltar a week ago and was spotted by local media.Number 5Catamaran Monaco One Will Start a Shuttle Service Between Monaco and VentimigliaA new shuttle service will be provided by a powerful motor boat catamaran between Monaco and Italy. Monaco One was built by Advanced Aerodynamic Vessels (France) and can accommodate up to twelve passengers and is powered by two 350-horsepower motors. The vessel’s top speed is 90 km/h, allowing the journey between Monaco and Ventimiglia to be just 10-15 minutes.Number 6 Model Y Tesla Yacht – What We Know NowAt the end of 2017, Tesla announced the yacht project, Model Y. She’s going to be the world’s first electric, self-sustaining yacht. As a luxury vessel she will feature a range of amenities and perform in complete silence. With a length of 40 meters, its exterior is sharp and interior spacious.Number 7Lürssen Launches the 122m Project JAGThe 122m project JAG was launched on 22 June 2021 down the slipway. JAG’s build was supervised by Moran Yacht & Ship, who have a long-standing relationship with the client. For them, as well as for the long-time captain Kyle Fultz, it is the third Lürssen yacht for the same owner, whom they have supported with their vast combined experience. Exterior design was made by Nuvolari-Lenard and interior was penned by Reymond Langton.Number 8Video: Lürssen’s Nord Arrives at GibraltarThe impressive video of 142m superyacht Nord docked at Gibraltar. Nord was launched by Lürssen and designed by studio Nuvolari Lenard. The owner is represented by Moran Yacht & Ship. Number 9A True Luxury: The 222m Somnio Private Residence Superyacht Has Been Revealed Private residence yacht project Somnio was made as a result of collaboration between Winch Design and Tillberg Design of Sweden. Somnio is the world’s first Yacht Liner, conceived to provide all the benefits of superyacht ownership and finished to the highest possible standards, with onboard amenities reflecting service only found in the world’s finest hotels. Due for launch in mid-2024, Somnio’s construction is now underway at Vard in Norway, part of Italy’s world renowned Fincantieri Yachts Group. Number 10Revolutionary Mangusta 165 REV Has Been PresentedMangusta 165 REV, the flagship of the new Maxi Open REV series, was developed jointly by Overmarine’s Engineering Department in collaboration with designer Igor Lobanov, who had already pencilled the outer lines of the Mangusta 104 REV. The interiors have been styled by Milan-based architecture firm M2 atelier. Her aggressive profile features the rounded, curved shapes typical of Mangusta’s iconic style. Her slender, dynamic lines have drawn inspiration – as the designer explains – from 1930s sporty cars. Credits: Advanced Aerodynamic Vessels; Asian Yacht Crew/Facebook; Gibraltar Yachting; Lürssen; Manx Radio Instagram; Overmarine; Wajer Yachts; Winch Design
January 3, 2022
The list of this year’s edition to the global list is quite impressive not only by size and exterior, but also by technology, such as hybrid-propulsion systems. Here is a list of new superyachts that have been launched in 2021.SolarisLloyd Werft140mThe giant Solaris is the eighth addition in Roman Abramovich’s fleet. The superyacht hit the water for the first time on Sunday 28 February. The 140m yacht has eight decks, as well as a helicopter pad and a spacious beach club aft. Solaris can accommodate up to thirty-six passengers and a crew of sixty. The impressive accent of Solaris’ exterior is the 2000 sq. m of glass, the largest glass panes to ever be built into a yacht.AhpoLürssen115m The 115m Ahpo (previously known as project Enzo) was launched by Lürssen in June. In September this bespoke yacht started her sea trials. Her exterior and interior design was made by Nuvolari Lenard. Moran Yacht & Ship managed and supervised the project. Ahpo is equipped with state-of-the art technology and engineering systems – a heat recovery system in the generators heats the water for the pool, leading to reduced electrical power and emissions, while dynamic positioning enables electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, protecting the seabed and allowing for safe mooring regardless of water depth. She features an 80 sq. m gym and an additional wellness center.Project Y719Oceanco117mProject Y719 became the largest yacht under construction in the Netherlands. The vessel has five decks, steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Her interior was penned by Sinot Yacht Design and the exterior design is the work of Espen Oeino. She can accommodate up to 14 guests on board.BlissFeadship95m The 95m Bliss was launched in May 2021. Her outstanding exterior was made by Jan Schaffers of Studio De Voogt. Advanced security and life-safety systems have been discretely incorporated and De Voogt Naval Architects. The yacht has a clean and highly symmetrical design with her tenders and a large fleet of toys neatly concealed so as not to intrude upon her meticulously chosen lines. The interior was penned by Rémi Tessier. She has nine luxurious guest cabins, large lounges, and an extensive gym and wellness area. The yacht has a hybrid propulsion system. Bliss has a top speed of 17 knots.VivaFeadship94mThe eco-friendly 94m pure custom yacht Viva (previously known as Project 817) was launched by Feadship in February. Her exterior was made by Azure and Feadship's Studio De Voogt and the interior is the work of Peter Marino Architects. Her advanced hybrid propulsion system allows the yacht to cruise on diesel-electric power at 12 knots. In diesel mode she’s able to reach a top speed of 20 knots.Credits: Feadship, Lürssen, Oceanco
December 30, 2021
Because of the spread of the omicron virus variant North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) banned the holding of large events with spectators in January which also affects boot Düsseldorf. The 2021 year show also has been cancelled. NRW Health Minister Karl-Josef Laumann explains: "We have to continue to be very careful at the moment. The omicron variant is spreading in a dynamic we don't yet know. But we have to act today. That is why we had already banned large football matches and sporting events with spectators in the current Covid Protection Ordinance. It is only logical that no large public fairs with many visitors from different regions and countries from all over the world take place in January either."Düsseldorf's Lord Mayor, Dr Stephan Keller, also supports the state's decision: "Of course we had hoped that the pandemic situation in January would allow the boot to be held under strict hygiene conditions. But in the end, it is only consistent to do without large public fairs such as boot in order to contain the spread of the omicron variant. Even before the country's ban, I agreed with the management of Messe Düsseldorf not to take an unjustifiable risk and to cancel boot if necessary."From the trade fair side, there is also complete understanding for the decision of the politicians in view of the current pandemic situation and the challenges in the coming weeks."The pandemic must be overcome as quickly as possible so that the trade fair industry can once again work with planning security for exhibitors and visitors. It is therefore with a heavy heart that we have to say goodbye to holding boot in January 2022. However, the decision of the state government is also in line with the wishes of many exhibitors who are very worried about participating in boot during the omicron wave. I ask all those involved for their understanding and support so that we can get back to work together in full force in 2023. The heartfelt thanks of the entire boot Düsseldorf team go to all exhibitors, associations and partners who have stood by our side to date. I am sure that together we will head for a successful boot 2023, after hopefully surviving the crisis," says Wolfram N. Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf.The next boot Düsseldorf will open its doors again from 21 to 29 January 2023.Credits: boot Düsseldorf
December 30, 2021
Baltic Yachts have gathered some of the highlights from 2021 which was a record-breaking year with four launches at the yard in Finland, including the third largest hull by volume to be built by Baltic Yachts Baltic 146 yacht Path. She can accommodate eight guests plus the owner’s suite and a four-cabin lay-out aft for eight crew including the captain. The light weight sloop features well proven systems seen on other Baltic Yachts, including a lifting keel, which reduces draft from 5.9m to 3.4m, and a forward-facing saildrive propulsion system (SPS) which also rotates through 340° for manoeuvrability.<iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=314&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fbalticyachts%2Fvideos%2F221299680159522%2F&show_text=false&width=560&t=0" width="560" height="314" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" allow="autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; picture-in-picture; web-share" allowFullScreen="true"></iframe>“The build benefitted from excellent teamwork between Baltic and the owner’s representative which contributed to this complex yacht being launched and delivered ahead of time,” said Henry Hawkins, Baltic Yachts’ Executive Vice President.Baltic Yachts was founded in 1973 with a clear objective to build better yachts that are lighter, stiffer, and faster. With more than 550 yachts launched, that objective has been continuously met.Credits: Baltic Yachts Facebook
December 29, 2021
Here are the three exceptional superyacht concepts with impressive gardens on board. Alice Lürssen98mAn innovative, climate-neutral yacht model called Alice, was developed by Lürssen. The climate-neutral yacht concept of tomorrow’s wonderland is driven by ecological responsibility. An emission-free fuel cell generates electrical energy based on hydrogen reformed from green methanol. The fuel cell replaces the conventional diesel generators on board. For higher speed and energy demands, an additional methanol engine is added.Green parks and ponds, that can be found on board, transform the yacht’s deck into a natural paradise, which when combined with the living walls in the interior, create a unique ecosystem on board. VY.013deluxe110mThe superyacht concept VY.01 was presented by design studio 3deluxe at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021. The zero-carbon superyacht features a seawater desalination system, powered by solar panels, for the watering of the greenhouse. The yacht has its own green and vegetable gardens to grow food on board. The interior of the 110m yacht also sets new standards and corresponds to the visionary, nature-oriented philosophy of the project: a light-suffused, loft-Iike space forms a spacious room continuum made up of a greenhouse. Lounge living space, kitchen, bar and vegetable garden. Luxury is rewritten entirely, with natural surroundings replacing acrylic glass and brass. Hareide Design 108mThis hybrid mega yacht concept was presented by Norwegian studio Hareide Design in 2016. The platform was created to experience the beauty of nature and the changing elements. The 108m vessel features a tranquil garden surrounding a 20m pool at the stern. 300 sq. m of high efficiency solar panels charging banks of lithium-ion batteries provides the ship with sustainable energy and enough power for slow cruising along quiet shorelines. Credits: 3deluxe, Hareide Design, Lürssen
December 29, 2021