Following her launch in August, Feadship has delivered the 57m superyacht Halo to her new owner. The custom yacht will make her way across the Atlantic, where her owner will enjoy a maiden voyage in much warmer climes.

Halo has had an exceptionally short construction period of just 33 months, which is a record for the Dutch shipyard for a vessel of this size, and a clear demonstration of its organisational capacity.

Feadship has stated that the short project completion time is also a testimony to the good cooperation with Edmiston & Company, Edmiston Yacht Management, the interior design team from Bernardi Peschard and the exterior designers from Eidsgaard Design.

For the last two months, Halo has undergone the meticulous Feadship sea trial regime in the North Sea which she completed with flying colours.

This is Feadship’s sixth delivery of the year, the highest number of deliveries they have made since 2008 and bringing their combined LOA for 2015 up to 428.95m. Furthermore, as illustrated in the chart below, Feadship has delivered their highest cumulative LOA of the decade this year, demonstrating its strong position in the custom marketplace.

Feadship's cumulative LOA per annum

With a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 5000 nautical miles, Halo has been specifically designed for world cruising

LOA: 57.45m
Beam: 10.50m
Draught: 3.15m
Exterior Designer: Eidsgaard Design and Feadship
Interior Designer: Bernardi Preschard

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Edmiston & Company (Brokerage)

Eidsgaard Design

De Voogt Naval Architects

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