Project 814 has been unveiled for the first time. The 93-metre Feadship project 814 has left the construction hall of Feadship’s Kaag yard. Further commissioning work will continue outside in the months ahead, including the addition of balconies and wing stations. The yacht will remain covered over the winter and only be seen in all her splendid glory when completed next spring.
With a generous beam of 14.10 metres, this groundbreaking Feadship will set a new standard in luxury. Working hand in hand with the experienced owners, Michael Leach Design has drawn an elegant and timeless exterior with breathtaking lines. Reymond Langton’s stunning interior can be summarized as a beautiful contemporary jewelry box.
Five years in the making, the owners with the help of Burgess assembled a world-class build team. Having scoured the globe for the finest and rarest materials, the resulting Feadship promises to redefine the boundaries of luxury yacht construction. One-of-a-kind features include a two-deck IMAX theatre, a fully certified helipad with Jet A fuel, four VIP suites each with 8k TVs, and facilities that cater to a wide range of sports including golf, basketball, volleyball and football.
“We would like to thank Feadship director Jan-Bart Verkuyl and everyone at the yard for taking us on such an amazing journey,” commented the owners, who were present at the launch.
There’s always a buzz in the air at the Monaco show as the superyacht world comes together in this iconic location for a week of business and pleasure. This year’s event was no exception.