Formerly known as ‘Feadship 1007’, the latest and largest 110m/361ft superyacht from the prestigious Dutch shipyard has been named motor yacht ANNA, and is now preparing for her sea trials.
Following the launch of the largest Feadship superyacht ANNA earlier this month, there has, unsurprisingly, been a great deal of interest growing around the highly secretive vessel.
Built at the Scheepswerf Slob shipyard in Papendrecht before heading to Feadship’s Makkum facility for her fit out, the highly anticipated superyacht is now set to head out for her sea trials.
With her eye-catching exterior styled by British stylist Micahel Leach, there can be no doubt that this yacht will be immediately recognizable to all who catch sight of her, with both size and style being effortlessly intertwined.
So far, there has been no images published of her interior, though it is known that the spaces have also been styled by Michael Leach who was the same designer who worked on the former 67m/220ft motor yacht ‘Anna I’.
As she departs for her upcoming sea trials ahead of her delivery later on this year, YachtCharterFleet will be sure to provide ongoing coverage of all developments.
The largest yacht ever built by the iconic Dutch shipyard, the 110m Feadship superyacht ANNA is naturally in a class of her own
Whilst Feadship superyacht ANNA is not expected to be made available to charter, be sure to view and compare all Feadship superyachts for charter.