The Dutch shipyard, Feadship has given SuperYacht Times an exclusive update on their order book, which consists of 17 projects. It is the first time the shipyard has released their complete order book, with the company usually only announcing their projects when they are in the outfitting stage. However, with more information freely available today than ever before, and a need for more transparency in the business, Feadship has decided to release their full order book.
The 17 projects have a total combined length of 1,314.48 metres and the average length of a project on order at Feadship is 77.32 metres.
Comprised entirely of yachting personnel, Cogs4Cancer is an aid organisation that is raising money for the fight against cancer. At the beginning of October 2017, 30 Cogs4Cancer cyclists rode for 10 days to raise as much money for European cancer charities as possible. Superyacht experts from across the world back the event, which sees cyclists cover over 1,400km from London to Antibes.
Feadship has launched the 47-metre Project 697 for an experienced owner keen to revisit the classic era of Feadship motoryachts while enjoying a rich range of cutting-edge on board facilities. Reminiscent of beauties such as Feadship’s 1992 Aurora B., she marries a striking Midnight Blue hull with a sophisticated superstructure in Matterhorn White aluminium and exterior teak woodwork with stainless steel details.
Amsterdam residents accustomed to enjoying the waters in and around the Dutch capital are in for an additional treat this weekend as two giant Feadships pass through on their way north. The 97-metre Faith and 81-metre Air will be heading to the Feadship refit facility in Makkum, returning home to the Netherlands and the craftsmen who know them best for a range of activities designed to meet evolving owner requirements while retaining brand status.