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Feadship Prepares To Launch 66M "Vanish"

Discussion in 'Feadship News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Jan 25, 2016.

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  1. 66.25-meter Feadship Superyacht "Vanish" Prepares For Launch
    Feadship is about to launch their latest superyacht and she goes by the name "Vanish"! She is what has been under construction as hull number 809. The 66.25-meter superyacht was treated to a large christening ceremony and party recently inside the build-shed. Vanish has design all-round by Eidsgaard Design and is marks another successful collaboration with Feadship since yachts like "Tango" and "HALO". Vanish has a number of interesting features onboard including a double-height atrium in the lobby area.
  2. Other features include two areas to land a helicopter for touch-and-go operations; on the bow and upper aft deck. There is a beach club on the lower aft deck with a sauna, massage area and therapy / wellness area for her guests. Vanish will be offering accommodation for up to twelve guests in a master suite for the owner on the forward main deck, a main deck VIP and four cabins on the lower deck. The VIP-category cabin can be converted into two separate smaller rooms if needed.
  3. There is a Jacuzzi on the forward-end of the sundeck with sunpad and seating area as well as a bar. The sides of the deck are shielded offering relative privacy. Vanish has nice exterior deck spaces with the transom area being an interesting spot. Dual teak-finished stairs take you from the aft main deck down to the swim platform. The platform isn’t very big but the designer has given guests the option to laze around on sunpads on either-side of the transom as a smartly integrated feature. Prominent teak-high-gloss capping rails feature nicely on the exterior offering a classic touch.
  4. Vanish is a showcase example of a holistic superyacht, and it is wonderful that everyone involved can experience the fruits of their collective labour in this way”. These were the words of Feadship Director Jan-Bart Verkuyl. The construction was done in steel and aluminium with Naval Architecture by De Voogt. She is powered by twin MTU diesels 16V 4000 M63L and the top speed should be around 17.5-knots with a 5,200 nautical mile range at around 12-knots continuously. We await when Vanish emerges from her build shed to be prepared for sea trials.

    For more information:

    Feadship Holland
    Zijlweg 148C HAARLEM
    2015 BJ The Netherlands

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