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New Launch: Feadship 99-meter Project 'Dream'

Discussion in 'Feadship News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Feb 7, 2013.

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  1. Feadship launches 99-meter Project 'Dream' superyacht

    More than four years in the making, project name 'Dream' left the massive building hall today. The project is also a prime example of Feadship’s unrivalled ability to build superyachts exactly according to client specifications – in this case a striking and sleek concept presented by AWD, resulting in a totally custom creation-. “Feadship enters 2013 on a crest of a wave as we continue to set new standards in partnership with discerning owners,” concludes Vermeer. “With a solid order book and superyachts under construction ranging from 44 metres to 101.50 metres, there will be many more surprises as the year unfolds.”
  2. The 99-meter superyacht bears design by famed studio Andrew Winch Designs. The interior is also by AWD with Naval Architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects. Project Dream is the largest to date built at Feadship and by extension, the Netherlands. She has a very roomy beam of 13.60-meters and a draft of 4.65-meters fully-loaded. She can accommodate a minimum of ten guests in five staterooms. Additionally she houses 36 crew in 18 cabins.

    Superyacht Dream has two 11-meter main tenders and those are housed in the garage close to the bow. Despite her 324-foot length Dream can sprint if needed. Her top speed is expected to be in the region of 24-knots utilizing 4x MTU 20V4000M73 engines. She has a trans-Atlantic range as you would expect drawing from 250,000 LT capacity fuel tanks. There is provision for 50,000 LT of fresh water storage. This Feadship superyacht was built under the hull number XL1004.

    For more information:

    Feadship Holland
    Zijlweg 148C HAARLEM
    2015 BJ The Netherlands

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