DutchMegaYachts.com, a superyacht enthusiast website devoted to reporting on all large yachts built in the Netherlands, spotted that the vessel's AIS data transmitter had broadcasted her new name together with her unique IMO number.
Launched at the end of January, motor yacht SYMPHONY was designed by the multi-award winning team at Tim Heywood design, naval architecture is by De Voogt and her elegant interior styling by Zuretti. According to the Van Lent shipyard she will be used by them as a 'showpiece of Feadship excellence.'
M/Y SYMPHONY is first Feadship to be fully compliant with Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) regulations, she will be able to accommodate between 16 and 20 guests rather than the standard maximum number of 12 passengers in in eight staterooms, including one VIP full-beam stateroom, a double owner’s stateroom and up to six additional guests in lower deck cabins. Her full-beam master suite provides the utmost luxury, boasting a sauna, a private office, dining area for up to twenty people and terrace Jacuzzi.
State-of-the-art amenities on board M/Y SYMPHONY include a fully-certified helipad, outdoor cinema, 15m interactive video wall in her elevator and a beach club and wellness centre. On social media Dutch engineering company Deltametaal have furthermore indicated on her upper deck her swimming pool has the unique feature of its very own sandy beach.
Her impressive range of water toys will include two Waverunners, two Seabobs, large water slides and an array of inflatables.
As yet it has not been officially confirmed that M/Y SYMPHONY will join the global charter fleet. The extent of information publicized by Feadship, however - such as her list of water toys - could indicate that it is likely that following sea trials, she will become available for charter like Feadship's recently launched 84m superyacht SAVANNAH.
...on her upper deck her swimming pool has the unique feature of its very own sandy beach.