Feadship has launched its latest project, 57m Halo (Hull 810) from its facility in Kaag. Outfitting was completed in a record time of 33 months, upon the request of the owner, who had previously chartered 44.6m Megan, formerly Helix before commissioning the build. 

Her profound exterior styling by renowned London based designer, Eidsgaard Design has been completed in close cooperation with the owner. Halo has dark window bands in a warm grey Awlgrip Mocca, which serves to bring the design together, most prominently on the side deck windows. The windows are also intersected by vast metallic arches, which run from the bridge - over the sun deck.

In a statement to the press, Peder Eidsgaard says, ‘From a quarter front view, the signature silver arches appear to run up over the aft end of the yacht. However, observers will notice that the aft tip of the arch is actually turning upwards, creating a subtle playful tail, which is important to the yacht's character.

With a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 5000 nautical miles, Halo has been specifically created for global cruising.

“We were delighted to respond to your request after you enjoyed the Feadship experience during a charter trip on board Helix,” Feadship director Dick van Lent told the owner during the launch ceremony.

LOA: 57.45m
Exterior Designer: Eidsgaard Design
Interior Designer: Bernardi Peschard
Cruising speed: 16 knots
Range: 5000 nautical miles
Total HP: 4,020 HP

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