Still officially known as Project 705, Feadship's 72.85m (239ft) motor yacht PODIUM has been captured en route to the North Sea to begin sea trials.
Following her official launch in February, PODIUM is now set to begin sea trials in the North Sea.
Images captured by Tom van Oossanen show the 1,850 GT Feadship superyacht navigating the Dutch waterways by tugboat.
All images credit: Tom van Oossanen
The yacht features exterior and interior styling by British studio Redman Whiteley Dixon. Naval architecture comes from de Voogt.
PODIUM sports a striking midnight blue hull, offset by crisp white superstructure. Extensive glazing runs perfectly flush to her exterior, giving her a sharp and elegant profile.
The yacht was built for a repeat Feadship client. The Dutch yard has said the Owner was "delighted with both the experience of creating a Feadship as well as the many years of enjoyment that have followed."
Delivery is expected in the coming months. PODIUM joins four other Feadship yachts on track to be delivered this year, including the 99.95m/ 327ft superyacht MOONRISE and 75m/ 246ft charter yacht ARROW.
The yacht is still officially known as Project 705, but data from her AIS tracking systems suggest her name is PODIUM.
Luxury yacht PODIUM has a beam of 12.6 metres, and can reach a maximum speed of 16 knots.
The yacht underwent outfitting in Aalsmeer, while construction of the hull took place at the yard's Papendrecht facilities.