This morning Feadship launched their latest superyacht, Project 1009, now named Bliss. The 94.75-metre yacht has been launched in Makkum, the Netherlands where she has been undergoing her final completion, following her move there in September 2019.
The new Feadship De Vries superyacht features exterior design by De Voogt, the shipbuilders in-house naval architects, while her interiors have been penned by Rémi Tessier. Bliss sports a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system, which has been designed and engineered by her naval architects.
Her owner has been thoroughly involved throughout the design process of the fully-custom superyacht. Feadship project manager, Albert Abma, comments, “Feadship is renowned for offering a unique experience to owners who wish to become personally involved and, in this case, the client embraced every opportunity to play a role. He also thoroughly enjoyed meeting the craftspeople and learning about our processes at the yard. Bliss really is a Feadship built with as well as for her owner."
The interior of the 3,000 GT superyacht is characterised by high ceilings throughout and includes nine staterooms. She features large lounge areas and a spacious gym and wellness area.
Bliss' deck spaces are complete with a large pool, a helideck which can be converted into a full sports and game deck and much more.
The superyacht has been built to Polar Code standard and has a range of 6,000 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots, for the ultimate exploration experience.
Though Bliss' build process has been very private, some shots of her during her transportation from Papendrecht to Makkum in 2019 revealed elegant lines, with large exterior spaces, a flush foredeck and a swimming pool on her main deck.
Link SuperYacht Times: Feadship superyacht Bliss has been launched | SYT (superyachttimes.com)
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