- Company Directory - Feadship


Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship is recognised as the world leader in the field of custom superyachts. Each Feadship is defined by its superb craftsmanship and sets the standard in every aspect of design, engineering and construction. These bespoke motoryachts are created in partnership with owners who are prepared to invest in a wonderful building experience and reap the rewards for many years to come in terms of both pleasure and re-sale value.

The family shipyards of Royal Van Lent and Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw, established Feadship with De Voogt Naval Architects, in 1949. Feadship stands for First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders. The Feadship head office is located in Haarlem and is shared with De Voogt Naval Architects. Dedicated charter and refit services exclusively for Feadships are also provided.



Leidsevaart 574
2014 HT


Name:Head Office:
Tel:+ 31 (0) 23 524 70 00


No. of search results:

Percent of database:

Average LOAM:

Name - Current Yacht Type Length Overall (m) Year of Delivery Builder

Please Login to see our records.

Don't have an account? Join Now.

Product summary

No products

News summary

Image for Bi-weekly brokerage analysis

Bi-weekly brokerage analysis

How accurate have assumptions been about the war in Ukraine and superyacht brokerage performance?


Image for California steaming

California steaming

Ted McCumber, captain and managing director of Feadship America, shares his Pacific West Coast experience 


Image for The birth of the real-life YETI

The birth of the real-life YETI

How Bram Jongepier’s 3am brainwave triggered serious progress towards more environmentally friendly yachting.


Image for Social Notworking

Social Notworking

We look at the social media presence of new-build brands and speculate on the importance of digital marketing…


Image for More than a window

More than a window

We explore a number of ways that glass technology is evolving and consider some of the applications for superyachts…


Image for January new build fleet analysis

January new build fleet analysis

It's been a slow start to a year that initially promised such large delivery figures…


Image for The year of the Tiger

The year of the Tiger

Is the Chinese superyacht market beginning to come of age?


Image for The latest edition of ‘slating superyacht stats’

The latest edition of ‘slating superyacht stats’

‘The average superyacht only spends 10% of its time underway’ doesn’t mean anything  


Press releases

No press releases

Twitter feed

The SuperyachtNews App

Follow us on