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It is our challenge to combine all these parameters into one package and adapt the design process to every individual client. It’s what we call pure custom and it involves embarking on an unforgettable voyage through the entire process. There is also an inherent quality to every Feadship that you can only really feel when you step aboard.
This is the result of a relentless pursuit of perfection in every aspect of design, construction and engineering. Feadships are the product of perfect craftsmanship passed down the generations and are renowned for holding their value. Together, this is what makes up the Feadship Experience… An investment in your pleasure that will live with you forever.
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The Feadship yard in Amsterdam has welcomed home the 50-metre Broadwater, launched as Blue Moon in 2000. The world’s first all-aluminium yacht over 500GT has been placed in the care of Feadship Refit & Services for pre-season deck and engineering works.
As Broadwater will soon be sold, the current owners wish to ensure that any outstanding issues related to class certification are resolved in order to speed up the sales process. And there is no better place to guarantee that everything is in tip-top condition than at Feadship.
“In addition to this pre-sale activity on the 50-metre Broadwater, we have also welcomed her sister-ship for an inspection in advance of a potential refit,” says Juul Back, Manager Refit & Services. “This 52-metre Feadship was launched as Rasselas in 1994 and it is a fine sight to see these two famous superyachts docked next to each other. The crews of both yachts are very hospitable, adding to the bustling atmosphere in and around the yard.”
Image: Ben Rotsap