Feadship’s 83.5m (274 ft) yacht Savannah (#686) launched by Royal de Vries in Aalsmeer

25th of January 2015

Feadship 686 Savannah sky window 40pc Feadship Savannah 686 and Como 40pc Feadship Savannah 686 tugs 40pc Feadship 686 Savannah and Como 40pc Feadship Como name and 686 Savannah 40pcFeadship Savannah 686 bow door open 35pcFeadship Savannah 686 stern windows waterline 40pcFeadship 686 Savannah exhausts 40pc

Yacht was christened yesterday, and launched today. A true custom build, with regard to styling, color and her hybrid

propulsion system. The lower half of the (beachclub?) windows at the stern will disappear under water when the yacht

is fully loaded. Beam 12.5m (41 ft), draught: 4m (13 ft). Steel hull, aluminium superstructure. Gross tonnage: 2250 tons

“686″ has one large slow turning commercial engine, with an electro motor behind it. Two propellors in the

slipstream of each other. The yacht can run with zero exhausts on battery power for several hours.

Feadship Facebook photos of Savannah

Feadship 686 MrExumas

Video and photo by MrExumas

Ken Freivokh designing 107m (351 ft) yacht for Dutch yard

24th of January 2015

Rendering Ken Freivokh Design

Rendering by Ken Freivokh Design, not showing the 107m yacht. In this video interview with Shari Liu Mr Freivokh talks

about a new 150m (492 ft) sailing yacht project, and he states that his design firm is working on a 107 meter yacht with

triple height atriums, glass elevators and glass bulwarks, to be built in Holland: Superyachts.com

Other news:

Steel hull and aluminium superstructure of Oceanco’s 110m (361 ft) Y714 motoryacht joined at subcontractor Zwijnenburg

At the same yard part of 88.5m (290 ft) Y715′s bow was delivered by ship: Zwijnenburg

Hull of first 83m Amels 272 motoryacht arrived in Vlissingen today

23rd of January 2015

LE272 AmelsHull Amels 272 Vlissingen

Top photo by Patrick Alleman, bottom photo by Marcel Heling. Largest of Amels’ five Limited Edition models,

and first LE272 to be built. Designed by Tim Heywood. #8301 launch: summer 2016. Twitter Maritimephoto

More information: Amels 272 

50m (164 ft) motoryacht Sibelle launched by Heesen?

21st of January 2015

Sibelle 50m HeesenHeesen YN 16750 Sibelle 70pc

Heesen YN 16750 Sibelle. If the AIS information is correct, no photo or confirmation so far. In 2008 Heesen launched a

yacht with the same name, but slightly smaller at 44m (144 ft) in length and currently for sale    Sibelle 50m SY Intelligence

Dutch Yards present at 2015 BOOT Düsseldorf Boat Show

20th of January 2015

Privateer Trawler 65 Boot Dusseldorf 2015 Contest Boot Dusseldorf 2015 Contest 52mc Boot Dusseldorf 2015 Jetten Yachting Boot Dusseldorf 2015 Steeler Yachts Boot Dusseldorf 2015 North-Line Yachts Boot Dusseldorf 2015

Top to bottom: Privateer Yachts, Contest Yachts (2x), Jetten Yachting, Steeler Yachts and North-Line Yachts.

Present at BOOT Düsseldorf 2015 with a booth but no yacht: Vitters, Wim van der Valk, Acico, Storm and K&M.

Open until the 25th of January 2015

Royal Huisman’s 37m (122 ft) sailing yacht “Action” in Harlingen

20th of January 2015

Tjalling R. Boonstra Huisman ActionRib-X ltd Huisman ActionRoyal Huisman Action Markus

Top photo by Tjalling R. Boonstra, 2nd photo by Rib-X ltd, bottom photo by Marcus. “Action” was designed by

Dykstra Naval Architects. More information: Royal Huisman

Royal Huisman’s 43m (142 ft) Blue Papillon sailing in the Mediterranean

18th of January 2015

Blue Papillon 2013  Huisman Med Huisman Blue Papillon starboard Med Huisman Blue Papillon top view Med

Photos by Flypictures. Blue Papillon was designed by German Frers and launched by Royal Huisman in 2013.

Current position of the yacht: Marinetraffic

FEADSHIP – SABDES SLeek 39m (128 ft) motoryacht concept

18th of January 2015

Feadship Sabdes concept SLeek 39 Feadship Sabdes Sleek 39

This concept features two drop down balconies, 2m and 5 m in length (6.5 and 16 ft), and a polycarbonate wrap-around

screen on the flybridge. Similar in length to Feadship’s SL39 series, three of which were built between 2008 and 2010 by

Royal de Vries. More information: SABDES Design

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