It's been a busy day at two of Feadship's facilities today, with the technical launch of Project 708 at Scheepswerf Slob and the official launch and unveiling of Project 707, now known as motor yacht BOARDWALK, in Aalsmeer.
Feadship has added another yacht to its fine fleet today with the launch of BOARDWALK. Commissioned by an experienced Owner, the yacht features naval architecture by de Voogt and is characterized by classic lines and a sharp profile.
The motor yacht is currently awaiting mast installation and will then undergo sea trials in the coming weeks. She first arrived in Aalsmeer back in December 2019, shortly after charter yacht ARROW left the facilities.
Above: Boardwalk (left) and Project 708 (right) by Tom van Oossanen
Feadship enjoyed more success with the technical launch of 55m Project 708 at their steel cutting facilities today. No doubt this explorer yacht will follow in the footsteps of BOARDWALK soon, with the outfitting of almost all Feadship yachts taking place in Aalsmeer.
It's been a busy year for the Dutch yard so far, with the deliveries of the aforementioned ARROW, as well as PODIUM and MOONRISE.
The yard is currently working on one of its largest undertakings yet: the largest Dutch-built yacht. Known only as Project 1010, the yacht was spotted on the move last week (picture below).
Commissioned by an experienced Owner, BOARDWALK features naval architecture by de Voogt and is characterized by classic lines and a sharp profile.
Above: Project 1010 by Tom van Oossannen