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  • LINEA 90 M
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by Feadship / Sinot Yacht Design

In naval history, the two Japanese sister battleships Musashi and Yamato were both flagships of the Japanese imperial fleet during the Second World War.
Named after legendary Samurai, both the Japanese battleships fell to the US armed forces after a heroic resistance. it follows


by Feadship / Royal Van Lent, De Voogt Naval Architects and Sinot Design Associates

Bearing hull number 804, the new super yacht Helix took to the water on Monday 15 August last year. The boat was launched by Royal Van Lent Shipyard, part of the Dutch joint venture Feadship, together with Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw and De Voogt Naval Architects: all three very famous names in the history of yachting. it follows


by Feadship – Royal Van Lent, De Voogt and Donald Starkey

An attractive blend of sophistication and refined detailing, reflecting the elegant, up-to-the-moment taste of today’s prestigious luxury sector. A unique, impressive creation that is utterly original and gives the Owner the privilege of possessing a precious, one-off piece. it follows

Predator 238

by Feadship − Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw, De Voogt Naval Architects and Bannenberg Designs

For Feadship, this yacht represents the ultimate victory in the synthesizing of two complex technological challenges: the axe bow and quadruple power. The captivating exterior aesthetics also appropriately reflects the exclusive creation of the elegant interiors, designed to be a masterpiece of luxury yachting. it follows


by Feadship - Royal Van Lent Shipyard, De Voogt Naval Architects and Jim Harris

The Dutch firm Feadship brings together under one prestigious brand three legendary names in yachting history: Koninklijke De Vries, Royal Van Lent and De Voogt. The shipbuilder has always made yacht Owners’ dreams come true with its matchless luxury custom yachts. Time and again this has been the secret of its worldwide success. This time, that success is named…Secret. it follows

Feadship SL 39

by Feadship & De Vries Scheepsbouw, De Voogt Naval Architects and Fokkema Architecten

Feadship has a strong reputation as a yacht-builder and is universally admired by those who know, thanks to the impressive vessels it has designed and built over time. Passion and a long tradition of building large boats are the noble characteristics of De Vries and Van Lent. it follows

April Fool 200

by Feadship - Royal Van Lent and De Voogt

Based in the Netherlands, Feadship is a combination of three of the most renowned names in yachting history – De Vries, Royal Van Lent and De Voogt – whose roots date back to 1849. it follows

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