Take delivery of a brand-new Feadship this time next year

Published 27 October 2023

You could be the owner of a 75.8m (248.6ft) yacht of pure-bred northern European quality, a build that would usually take four to five years, just 12 months from now. How much is your time worth?

Key features

  • Under construction at Feadship, Royal Van Lent, delivery November 2024
  • Full-height glazing and walkaround sidedecks for connection to the environment
  • Private owner’s deck with jacuzzi terrace forward and dining aft
  • Full-beam VIP suite on the main deck, four lower deck suites
  • Beach club open on two sides, large swim platform aft, sea terrace to port
  • Step-free access from beach club to lower deck guest suites
  • Glass-bottomed pool above beach club on the main deck aft
  • Wellness deck with inside-outside gym, sauna, massage room and jacuzzi
  • Beach house-style main saloon with sliding glass walls on three sides
  • Guest elevator serving main, owner’s and bridge decks
  • Transatlantic range of 5,000nm and touch-and-go foredeck helipad
  • Space for 9.8m (32.2ft) tender and toys behind shell doors forward

Full-height glazing connects guests to their surroundings, as seen here in the owner's lobby

Interior renders exclusively revealed

The 75.8m (248.6ft) motor yacht PROJECT 825, currently in build at esteemed Dutch shipyard Feadship, Royal Van Lent, is due for delivery in November 2024. The yacht’s royal-blue steel hull and polar-white aluminium superstructure are Lloyd’s classed and charter compliant.

The main deck beach house can be opened on three sides, effectively making it an outside space

Parisian studio Gilles & Boissier, famed for New York’s Baccarat Hotel, has created a sophisticated, tactile interior with neutral earth-tones, lime-washed grained wood and finished stone, surfaces brought to life by ever-changing natural light through floor-to-ceiling glazing throughout.

A destination beach club is open on two sides and natural light shimmers through the pool above

With 1,750GT spread across four decks, she has a host of in-demand features. A very large lower deck beach club opens on two sides and there is step-free access through a corridor to the lower deck guest accommodation.

In addition to the main deck aft pool, there are jacuzzis forward on the owner's deck and aft on the bridge deck

The beach club enjoys dappled light through the glass-bottomed pool on the main deck aft. In addition to this pool there are jacuzzis on the bridge deck, as part of the wellness centre, and the owner has a private jacuzzi too.

The wellness centre's gym overlooks an aft terrace with a jacuzzi

The wellness centre has an aft-facing gym that can be climate controlled or opened on three sides. It overlooks a terrace with bar, lounge, daybed and sunbathing around the jacuzzi. Walkaround sidedecks allow guests to appreciate their surroundings. Inside, forward of the gym is a sauna, dayhead and an elevator serving bridge to main decks

The owner's bedroom has access to a private foredeck terrace with jacuzzi and two lounge areas

Below is the owner’s deck. The owner’s bedroom suite forward overlooks, and has access to, a private terrace with jacuzzi and two lounge areas with tables that lower to create sunbeds. Forward of that is the touch-and-go helipad. There is a huge en suite with shower room, walk-in wardrobe and private study.

The owner's private lounge

Moving aft there is a dayhead off the lobby and an owner’s lounge with bulkhead-mounted TV. Sliding glass doors lead to an aft terrace with private dining shaded by the overhang and sun lounge seating. Walkaround sidedecks allow external access to the forward terrace.

The main deck's relaxed beach house

The focus of the main deck aft is the pool with sunbeds either side, a bar for refreshments and a drop-down swivel TV for entertainment. Inside is a remarkable beach house with lounge and dining, and sliding glass doors on three sides, opening the space to bring the outside in.

The main deck games room

A games room forward provides entertainment for all and between the two a staircase leads down to the lower deck guest accommodation: two double cabins, one twin cabin and one convertible cabin.

The full-beam VIP suite on the main deck has its own private balcony to starboard

Forward on the main deck is a full-beam VIP suite with bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and a lounge with private balcony. There is a dayhead off the lobby and a massage room with a single murphy bed off the corridor leading to the VIP suite. This completes versatile accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins, and she also sleeps up to 17 crew.

Transatlantic range and zero speed stabilisers

Twin 2,000hp MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of 15.6 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and a transatlantic range of 5,000nm. Zero speed stabilisers ensure comfort on arrival. A 9.8m (32.2ft) tender stows along with toys and the rescue tender behind shell doors forward on the main deck.

The owner's en suite

As Central Agent, we are delighted to represent this remarkable opportunity for sale. PROJECT 825 is currently fitting out at Feadship’s Kaag facility before launch in September 2024 ahead of delivery two months later. Please contact a Burgess broker for more details or to visit the yacht in build at the shipyard.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact a Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.

Yachts, prices and availability are correct at the time of publication.

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