Project 703 ready for sea trials
The latest 75m from Feadship has moved out of her construction hall in Aalsmeer…
The 75m motoryacht is the first Feadship to be designed in collaboration with Jonny Horsfield and his team at the H2 Yacht Design Studio.
“The cooperation between these parties, the yard in Aalsmeer and De Voogt Naval Architects has been exceptionally smooth,” comments Feadship director Henk de Vries. “It illustrates how we can leverage on our immense experience with fully custom yachts to ensure owners and their representatives feel confident about the major investments involved and actually enjoy the process. Project manager Mark Jansen has an innate ability to invest in the relationships that form the heart of a bespoke build like this, and Project 703 has brought out the best in everyone involved.”
Although the shipyard was unable to officially confirm any name, eagle-eyed readers may notice the word ‘Arrow’ written on the side of the vessel. Her exterior features sleek, sculpted lines, accentuated by the low glass railing. High deck heights and expansive gangways have been included to hive the vessel a spacious feel. More information on the interior will be released at a later stage.
Due for launch in January next year, this vessel is only marginally shorter than Feadship’s projected average LOA for 2020 of 77.7m. According to The Superyacht Agency, as well as Project 703, Feadship has five additional vessels in build that are due to be delivered in 2020
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The current and next generations of superyacht building behemoths congregate on stage for the first time
Images of the superyacht have previously been kept out of the media since her launch in July 2018